YAL in Action

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

Tag: freedom
  • Soft but sparking start at University of North Carolina Pembroke

    Previously, on Friday, I held UNCP’s First FREE SPEECH Event of 2018. With it being a gloomy Friday with not the best weather, it wasn’t the biggest we’ve had, but it was still enough students interested in the fight for Free Speech on Campus. Furthermore, two days prior, in my student government meeting, it was …

  • Membership Drive at Wofford College

    Today at Wofford College we walked around and talked to students about Young Americans for Liberty while distributing info flyers. There weren’t many students on campus as it was a Friday afternoon, but we managed to tough it out and still try to get some people up to date on what Young Americans for Liberty. …

  • UNCG YAL Free Speech Drive

    On September 22nd at UNCG we met at Elliot University Center at 1pm and decided to do a Free Speech event. We had over 25 signups, a lot of people were interested in what we were doing on campus. Even the University Communications Director wanted to promote us on our website. Young Americans for Liberty on …

  • Free Speech Ball at Temple University

    Today, Temple’s YAL chapter held our first free speech event of the semester! Temple is a public university, yet we need to reserve spots inside and outside to hold events. Of course, we refused to do that. Surprisingly, no one from the administration stopped us. The free speech ball was a huge success, people would …

  • 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, …

  • 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 …

  • YAL at UH hosts Adam Kokesh – For The Love of FREEDOM!

    The YAL chapter at University of Houston hosted Adam Kokesh on his “For The Love of FREEDOM!” tour Tuesday, Sept. 6th. The event was a huge success, and according to Adam it had twice the number of people come out than when he came to Houston just the year before! Adam Kokesh is an Iraq …

  • Deep Web Screening at New Mexico State University

    This was our group’s second movie debut ever and it was a hit! We had a group of almost all new members and had a riveting discussion. Everyone was thrilled with the movie and thought that it was very well done. Most of our members had a little background knowledge of Ross Ulbricht and the …

  • Deep Web Screening at Rocky Mountain College

    On Tuesday, September 27, 2016, Rocky Mountain College Young Americans For Liberty and Students for Sensible Drug Policy was able to successfully host a Hollywood premiere of Alex Winter’s Deep Web movie with the help from a grant from Students For Liberty. To host a successful student event on campus, it takes time and energy, …

  • Dislike: Facebook Sued for Patent Infringement

    You can bet Mark Zuckerberg won’t “like” this. According to BBC, Facebook is being sued for its use of the “Like” button. It seems that Joannes Jozef Everardus van Der Meer—a quintessential Dutch name if there ever was one—patented a “Like” button for his primitive social networking site Surfbook in 1998. Van Der Meer passed …