YAL in Action

Check out YAL activities on campus and updates from around the liberty movement.

Tag: Constitution
  • YAL Shows Up in Force to University of Texas at San Antonio’s “Second Amendment Political Fight Night”

    UTSA’s Undergrad Political Science Association held an open forum on a very hot and current topic: Gun control! The event was open to all students. We made sure all of our members wore YAL items like shirts and buttons. The event was civil and no personal attacks were made on either side. All YAL members …

  • Share the Constitution at University of Alabama

    Last Week, January 30th to February 2nd, our chapter of Young Americans for Liberty held our Share the Constitution event. It was an event spanning 4 consecutive days, which we figured was a great way to get out and educate our student body. We stood on our quad from 12:30-1:30, which are the busiest hours …

  • #RestoreThe4th at St. Lawrence University

    Yesterday, SLUYAL hosted its #RestoreThe4th event on the St. Lawrence Campus. We had been planning this event since YAL had announced it; we put flyers around campus, hung a banner that resembled the “Big government eye” to stare down at everyone in our student center, invited our friends to our Facebook event, and added the …

  • Mira Costa Tabling and Free Speech Ball by the Library

    We had the chance to table at Mira Costa Community College on Wednesday, October 4th. We met a lot of people and asked them to sign our petition to safeguard free speech on campus. We also utilized our free speech ball, which quickly won the hearts of many. The few speech ball was an effective …

  • American University Presents KrisAnne Hall!

    On September 26, American University’s YAL chapter hosted the highly esteemed Tea Party activist and educator KrisAnne Hall! A longtime liberty advocate, she came to our University to teach our members about the history of our Nation’s constitution, aspects many of our members never were able to hear before. With a speedy drive to promote …

  • Constitution Day Handout

    For the past few weeks, YAL at the College of Charleston, along with College Democrats, College Republicans, and Turning Point, decided to work along side the Political Science club to have a Constitution hand out the Tuesday after Constitution Day to provide a copy of the U.S. Constitution to college students on campus, while also …

  • YAL: Montco Finally Enters the Scene

    This is the first official post for Montgomery County Community College’s chapter of Young American’s for liberty! Before I get into our most recent, and first, event, let me briefly introduce the chapter. We are a very new chapter in Pennsylvania, about forty five minutes of Philadelphia. I just recently joined about two months ago, …

  • Constitution Day Presentation

    Yesterday, our YAL chapter at the University of South Alabama help support a Constitution Day Presentation hosted by the Pre-Law Society. Their goal was to have students present upcoming Supreme Court cases in order to educate the student body on the current issues our Judiciary is about to decide on. Our Treasurer, Casie Carr, and …

  • First Day of Free Speech: The REAL Great Leap Forward

    At the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, the first Free Speech event held by Benjamin Waldman and myself was a huge success. With 68 petition signatures, many students were very intrigued by seeing a beach ball that was the same height as themselves being pushed around campus. With many asking the purpose of the …

  • Pamela Romney Openshaw: How to Remain Free

    How do we remain free? That is the question Pamela Romney Openshaw posed to a group of students at LDS Business College. On Thursday, October 13, 2016, Pamela Romney Openshaw visited the school to discuss the Constitution. Aside from being Mitt Romney’s cousin, Openshaw is well known as a defender of the inalienable rights promised …