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Tuesday, June 21 • 10:00am - 11:00am
How the Free State Project Empowers Communities

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Despite thousands of years of technological advancements, people still struggle with communication and implementing successful societal structures. What has worked for humans and has withheld the tests of time is the power of strong communities.

Because the Free State Project emphasizes the importance of sharing and collaboration, this has fostered an atmosphere of positivity and effectiveness. Not many liberty lovers can brag about changing their city’s laws for the better and making a positive impact through volunteering and charity, but a good number of Free Staters can.

I will go over why, socially and evolutionary, humans have worked better together in communities, and use real-life examples of how individuals of the FSP have showed these reasons in action.

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Katrina Haffner

Finishing up her undergraduate degree in anthropology and theatre at Western Washington University, Katrina Haffner believes that knowledge about human behavior and evolution is important when it comes to navigating the world of politics. She receives great pleasure in analyzing the role of art in society, and reminding people why free speech and expression are important tenets to uphold. | | When Katrina is not immersed in her academic or... Read More →



Tuesday June 21, 2016 10:00am - 11:00am
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