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Raise a Toast to Free Speech

Join Young Voices at Flying Dog Brewery in celebration of Free Speech Week! Our DC-based staff and writers have an action-packed afternoon planned of learning, networking, and — of course — good beer. Best of all, $1 of every beer purchased will be donated to Young Voices to help empower our network of pro-liberty writers under 30.

WHEN: Sunday, October 22nd3-6 PM ET
WHERE: Flying Dog Brewery, 4607 Wedgewood Blvd, Frederick, MD 21703
RSVP ON FACEBOOK

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
3 PM — Learn the nuts and bolts of opinion writing from Executive Director Casey Given’s presentation “The Art of the Op-ed.”
4 PM — Hear from a panel of Young Voices writers about best practices for building your brand as an opinion commentator for freedom.
5 PM — Raise a glass to liberty with free speech trivia in the tasting room.

THIS EVENT IS 21+.

Welcome to our Fall Interns

Young Voices is excited to welcome onto our team for the Fall, Alex Gugliuzza and Ethan Pritchard. You can learn a bit about them here.

Ethan is a recent graduate with a Bachelors in Management from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at University of Maryland. A Maryland native, he got his start as an auto mechanic and later at a sheet metal manufacturing plant working on machines. He serves as a public relations intern with Young Voices.  He enjoys skateboarding, wrenching and drinking Flying Dog and other craft beer.

 

Alex is a development intern with Young Voices. He is pursuing a Bachelor Degree in Political Science and a Masters in Public Administration through his university’s combined BA/MPA program. He has interned on Capitol Hill, is the President of the Catholic Student Association, and is a supervisor at the AU Phonathon. Born and raised in New York City, Alex enjoys musical theater, improv and New York pizza.

Young Voices in the news 9/10-9/21

Lawmakers, Let Automakers Innovate (RealClearPolicy) – Dan King & Andrew Wilford

Gun Control Lobby Eviscerates College Carry Law (American Conservative) – Matthew Larosiere

The EU’s Regulatory War on Google Is an Attack on Innovation (FEE) – Amelia Irvine

Automation Will Create More Fulfilling Work (FEE) – Don Lim

How About a Little Free Speech Protection for Unprotected Adjunct Professors? (Reason) – Liz Wolfe

Everyone is missing something in the energy grid study (RealClearEnergy) – Josh Smith

Why Are We Still Listening to John Bolton? (American Conservative) – Jerrod Laber

A Censorious Sign of the Times (Spiked) – Dan King

Young Voices on the Glenn Beck Program (Glenn Beck) – Liz Wolfe