Liberty-loving students at Michigan State are at it again!
This week, the Young Americans for Liberty chapter at MSU screened “Deep Web,” a controversial documentary that explores internet privacy, criminal justice reform, and the role of government in the digital age. It also analyzes Ross Ulbricht, Silk Road and the pro-liberty philosophy standing behind it.
Thanks to Students For Liberty, our YAL chapter was able to serve Jimmy John’s sandwiches, pizza, popcorn, soda, and other snacks to attendees. This took our event to the next level.
This screening joins the growing list of activities YAL at MSU has organized to educate fellow students on the principles of liberty, including our “Can We Take a Joke?” screening, Civil Liberties Graveyard, Criminals for Gun-Free Zones, and the Free Speech Ball event. With more exciting events in the works, YAL at MSU demands attention.
Another successful event—another win for liberty.Published in