YAL in Action

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

Tag: Top Reports
  • Pin the Drone on the War Zone at Elon

    On Friday, November 6, Young Americans for Liberty at Elon University gave a visual wake-up call to anyone unsure of just how over-extended our foreign policy is.  The event was “Pin the Drone on the War Zone,” which is similar to pin the tail on the donkey, except the donkey is replaced by a map …

  • Young Americans for Liberty at UNC Charlotte – Spring 2015 Part 1

    The University of North Carolina at Charlotte YAL chapter has had a very active first half of a semester. We started out the second day of the semester tabling in 13 degree weather, talking to whoever was crazy enough to brave the weather and converse with us. Multiple people stopped long enough to check out …

  • YAL and SSDP – a new working relationship

    Despite term papers and finals being the current predominant focus of students at schools with quarter systems like UC Davis, there has been a lot of activity in the liberty movement! One such example is that of YAL and Students for Sensible Drug Policy — a single-issue organization that has fought for drug policy reform …

  • Activism is blooming this spring semester at Montgomery College

    2015 has brought change, new leadership, and a renewed activism in fighting for liberty. Our new Vice President, Will Dominguez took initiative to help program speakers and events for our weekly meetings, and because of that we ran a very effective Recruitment Drive at our Campus’s Spring Club Rush. We printed out 75 double sided …

  • Promoting liberty and your right to party

    Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. I think it’s safe to say that this statement gets said more often than it is actually taken into consideration. We as Americans pride ourselves on the idea of freedom, when in fact the restrictions on those freedoms are getting tighter every day. The thing I love about the liberty …

  • Women’s History Month lecture series at Southeastern Louisiana University

    Since October of 2014, our YAL chapter at Southeastern Louisiana University has been collaborating with the Department of History and Political Science to host this years Women’s History Month Lecture Series. The topic we wanted to tackle was feminism. In these changing times, there are many women in America who embrace the growing trend of …

  • The power of a sign and a clip board

    “It is often easier to ask for forgiveness than to ask for permission.” -Grace Hopper Recruiting for Young Americans for Liberty at Blinn College turned out to be much more than expected. As we were waiting for college approval, we wanted to stir things up a bit on campus and get the word out about YAL. …

  • Criminals for Gun Control @ YAL SFSU

    As we all know, more guns means less crime. And more restrictions means more opportunities for criminals. So we at YAL San Francisco State University decided to dress up as criminals and advocate for gun control. We had a list of gun statistics displayed, with sources available, to convey the message that an armed society …

  • Should We Be Allowed to Sell…?

    This week at the University of Virginia, we were inspired by this Learn Liberty video to get a discussion started about markets. Set up for this was really easy. The only materials we needed were poster board, markers, and stickers–lots of them. As people passed by, we asked them to come tell us if they …

  • YAL at St Petersburg College recruiting and tabling during AAHM.

    Young Americans for Liberty at Saint Petersburg College continued with its recruitment efforts for spring semester during a quad event held for African American History Month (AAHM). YAL at SPC has not had its first meeting yet. This tabling event helped reach out to the student population and inform them of YAL on campus. We …