FIRE President Greg Lukianoff will speak to students from the Claremont Colleges in California on Wednesday, February 2, in an event sponsored by the Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum and the ACLU of the Claremont Colleges. In his lecture, "Unlearning Liberty: the Chilling Effects of Campus Censorship," Greg will discuss the state of free speech on campus and explain how students can promote liberty within their own communities.
The lecture will begin at 6:45 p.m. in the Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum on the Claremont McKenna campus. This speech is open to the public, and FIRE supporters in the Los Angeles area are encouraged to attend.
Thank you to Jonathan Rice and Jeremy Merrill (two awesome 2010 CFN Conference attendees) for putting together this event! For more information about upcoming FIRE speeches, check the Calendar of Events and Speaker's Bureau map, or request a FIRE speaker for your school here.
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