YAL in Action

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

Tag: race
  • The Free Minds Forum

    The Free Minds Forum took place this week, bringing together libertarian-minded thinkers from all across the University of West Georgia to discuss both the fundamental principles of liberty and how they apply to the issues of today. The Free Minds Panel consisted of Amanda Swafford, Libertarian Candidate for U.S. Senate; Dr. Gregory Dixon, Professor of …

  • Is Questioning Lincoln Racist?

    Often when an individual brands a political opponent as a racist, it is a subtle admission that an argument cannot be won when focused solely on policy. The most recent such accusation of racism has come from both the left and the right towards a friend of the liberty movement, Jack Hunter. This, of course, …

  • Zimmerman Trial Exposure is a Distortion and a Distraction

    Within ten days of Trayvon Martin’s death on February 26, 2012, the national media discovered the story on CBS’s This Morning. Immediately, news outlets began spinning the tragedy as a “white” on black crime fueled by racial animus and met without legal prosecution. Enter the George Zimmerman trial. A trial which, by the standards of legal …

  • Rand Paul disrupting the Republican Establishment

    Note: YAL does not support or endorse any candidate.

  • The Tea Parties Are More Diverse Than MSNBC

    The Dallas Tea Party answers Keith Olbermann’s criticism that the Tea Parties are an exclusively “white” protest movement: Hat tip: Matthew Hurtt. Bonus video:

  • Apparently now you’re just born that way

    According to an article in Newsweek, racism seems not to have an age limit. In a study conducted at the University of Austin found that children as young as 6 months can harbor “discriminatory” ideas. Apparently now, despite a child’s lack of developmental growth that allows them to even understand what race is, they themselves …