Reason is one of most dynamic organizations and they do a phenomenal job promoting the ideas that govern a free society. We’ve recently added a number of Reason experts that are available to speak on your campus!
Through the Speakers Network, students can invite Reason speakers to their universities to educate their fellow classmates about such topics as police injustice, environmental regulation, the financial crisis, broadcast regulation, the drug war, and much more. Below is the new list of Reason speakers to join the SFL Speakers Network!
To invite a Reason speaker to your school, click here.
Areas of Expertise: Criminal Justice, police militarization, police misconduct, the death penalty, prosecutorial misconduct, forensics and wrongful convictions, the drug war, alcohol policy and regulation, civil liberties, and technology and government accountability
Areas of Expertise:Immigration and trade, globalization, global warming and environmental issues and war on terrorism
Areas of Expertise: Privatization, state budgets, government reform, transportation, public-private partnerships and correction
Areas of Expertise: Privatization, public-private partnerships, state and local government reform, planning a career in the liberty movement, and Colorado politics.
Areas of Expertise: How to shrink government, government budgets, privatization, transportation and deregulation
Areas of Expertise: Economic development, environmental protection, environmental regulation, healthcare, planning and land-use regulation
Areas of Expertise: Financial crisis, fiscal policy, government spending, housing crisis, state budgets, tax policy, and free trade policy
Areas of Expertise: Libertarianism and race, libertarianism and the civil rights movement, racism and the American Left, journalism, libertarianism and the Supreme Court, the Progressive Era, and the New Deal
Areas of Expertise: education issues, higher education, school choice, foster care, child welfare
Areas of Expertise: Political paranoia, moral panics, broadcast regulation and radio history