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GROUP NETWORK ACTIVISM KITS

At Students For Liberty, we strive to provide effective resources for student leaders’ activism efforts on campus. Furthermore, we know that student activists are interested in different topics at varying degrees. Some activists may be more interested in regulation reform, while others might be more interested in free speech efforts on campus. Student leaders should be accommodated for the kind of activism they want to do.

Focused on promoting the free market.

Focused on promoting civil liberties, particularly within the context of the drug war and police state.

Focused on promoting civil liberties, particularly within the context of the drug war and police state.

Focused on free speech on campus with a nice retro twist echoing the 1965 free speech movement at Berkeley.

LESS MARX, MORE MISES KIT

If you would like to request an activism kit, request using the form below.

Ask a student on a college campus who Karl Marx is, and they will most likely recognize the name. They probably even know he is a central figure to the ideas of communism. Ask a student who Ludwig von Mises is, who F.A. Hayek is, or even who Adam Smith is, and they will look at you in confusion. It is clear that the ideas of free markets is not reaching students in the levels that it needs to be. To help our leaders make these ideas compete in colleges’ marketplace of ideas, we have created the “Less Marx, More Mises” Activism Kit.

In this kit, you will find the following contents:
Less Marx, More Mises posters
Less Marx, More Mises t-shirts
F.A. Hayek bookmarks
Taxation is Theft stickers
Copies of Morality of Capitalism edited by Tom G. Palmer
Copies of “I, Pencil” by Leonard Read
LibertyCon palmcards

DON’T TREAD ON ANYONE KIT

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Policing around the world seems to continue rising and rising with no end. Governments not only spend an enormous amount of money to law enforcement that is either wasted or misused, but governments, also, continue to erode the civil liberties of their citizens. The “Don’t Tread on Anyone” activism kit is meant to enable students that are interested in educating people on their rights, advocating for lowering the incarceration rate, and promoting the ideas of responsibility over control. In this kit, you will find the following contents: Don’t Tread on Anyone posters How to deal with police fliers Incarceration information fliers Don’t Tread on Anyone stickers #SFLove Condoms End the Drug War posters Copies of Self-Control or State Control? You Decide by Tom G. Palmer LibertyCon palmcards

PEACE, LOVE, LIBERTY KIT

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War, what is it good for? Besides an excuse to get out on campus and be active, not much. Peace and non-aggression are core values to libertarianism and classical liberalism. However, it seems that not everyone shares these values with us. With the threat of war always around the corner, we want our leaders to be equipped on campus to educate and advocate with the “Peace, Love, Liberty” activism kit. In this kit, you will find the following contents: Peace, Love, Liberty posters #SFLove condoms Copies of “War is a Racket” by Major General Smedley Buttler Copies of Peace, Love, Liberty edited by Tom G. Palmer Peace, Love, Liberty t-shirts LibertyCon palmcards

FREE EXPRESSION KIT

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From free speech zones to campus speech codes, freedom of expressions seems to be at risk on the college campus today. However, free speech on campus has been a fight for decades. Students have always yearned to express themselves and the many ideas they have, whether political, cultural, or purely for entertainment. To fight for free speech on campus, we are kicking it old school through inspiration of the 1964-65 Berkeley free speech protests. In this kit, you will find the following contents: Free Expression, No Exception posters Copy of FIRE’s Guide to Free Speech on Campus “Berkeley style” free speech flag Two blank picket sign/board Two picket sticks Megaphone Adhesive Sharpies LibertyCon palmcards

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