2020 

   

Ayn Rand Living HistoryAyn Rand Living History

March 2nd & 3rd

Jennifer Grossman will portray Ayn Rand at three hour-long Young Americans for Liberty Living History events in March 2020:

  • March 2–– George Mason University in Fairfax County, Virginia. (4400 University Drive, The Johnson Center 239A)
  • March 3––George Washington University in Washington, DC. (Cloyd Heck Marvin Center, 800 21st St. NW, Room 310)

All events at 7:00 PM eastern. Open to the public.

 

 

Ladies of Liberty Alliance Happy Hour Discussion
TPUSASAS

Friday, March 6, 2020

On Friday, March 6, Jennifer Grossman will present her self-esteem-based approach to the problem of sexual harassment—“Not #MeToo, but #MeFirst— at a Happy Hour Discussion hosted by LOLA, Ladies of Liberty Alliance and The Leadership Institute. By placing themselves first,” Grossman will argue, “by believing in their own agency, and working hard to create opportunities that provide more professional choices and leeway, women and men will find harassment becomes the least of their problems — and their own creativity and self-confidence will create the greatest of their opportunities." 6:30 PM. 1101 N. Highland St, Arlington, VA 22201. The evening event is free and open to the public. Women are encouraged to attend. Men are welcome.

 

 

Jennifer Grossman at All Women's Fly-InTPUSASAS

Saturday March 7th, 2020

Jennifer Grossman will address 75 liberty activists on the topic, "Two Truths and a Lie: The Case Against Socialism," during a panel discussion at the invitation-only FreedomWorks All Women's Fly-In on Saturday, March 7, 2020, from 9:15 - 10:00 AM, at the Hamilton Hotel in Washington, DC.

 

 

Jennifer Grossman at Sacramento State University TPUSASAS

Wednesday, March 18th

Jennifer Grossman is the keynote speaker at a business symposium on “The Realities of Owning and Operating a Business in California” at Sacramento State College in Sacramento, California on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 from 7:30pm-9pm. The symposium is sponsored by the College of Business Administration and the Sac State chapter of Turning Point USA. Details to follow.

 

 

TPUSA Midwest Regional Conference
Claremont McKenna College

Saturday and Sunday March 21-22, 2020

The Turning Point USA  Midwest Regional Conference meets in Chicago, Illinois Saturday and Sunday March 21 - 22, 2020. Director of Student Programs Marilyn Moore, Ph.D and Student Programs Manager Ana Kugler will staff The Atlas Society information booth throughout the weekend, where you’ll find Ayn Rand-inspired T-shirts, caps, stickers, and other swag as well as our wide selection of timeless publications. Ask for a free copy of our Pocket Guide to Objectivism, The 7 Habits of Highly Objective People, Pocket Guide to Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand and Business Ethics, and more. All attendees will receive a free copy of ANTHEM: The Graphic Novel. Click here for more information and to register.

 


Jennifer Grossman at Claremont McKenna CollegeClaremont McKenna College

Tuesday, March 24th

Jennifer Grossman presents “The Limits of Lessons” at Claremont McKenna College’s prestigious Anthenaeum speaker series in Claremont, California on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 5:30 PM. Beginning with the question ––How many times does socialism have to fail?–– Grossman will argue that the fight against the "social justice" version of fairness requires a moral case for fairness that is premised upon the inviolability of individual rights, the virtues of independence, reason, and achievement, and the ethics of benevolent self-interest. A liberal arts college with particular strength and focus in government, economics, international relations, philosophy, and public policy, Claremont McKenna College (CMC) is located about 35 miles from downtown Los Angeles and is a member of the Claremont Consortium.

 

 

LibertyCon 2020TPUSASAS

April 3rd - April 5th

The Atlas Society Senior Scholar Stephen Hicks, Ph.D will present “The Smart Robots Are Coming: AI and Liberty” at Students for Liberty’s LibertyCon 2020 on Saturday, April 4 at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, DC. The new tech is poised to transform radically our jobs, warfare, and our sex lives. Or is it? Dr. Hicks will address our brave new world prospects: Does high-tech favor tyranny? Will it put most of us out of work? Will virtuality be more seductive than the real thing? Students for Liberty is expecting 1500 people to attend LibertyCon 2020, the organization’s main conference held April 3 - 5. Stop by The Atlas Society table throughout the three-day event to say “hello” to Senior Editor and Director of Student Programs Marilyn Moore, Ph.D and Student Programs Manager Ana Kugler.  Ask to join the Atlas Advocates or the Atlas Intellectuals. Check out our popular literature and pocket guides, including The Pocket Guide to Objectivism, The Pocket Guide to Atlas Shrugged,  and our latest booklet The 7 Habits of Highly Objective People. Then have fun choosing TAS laptop stickers, t-shirts, caps, and other must-have swag. All attendees will receive a copy of ANTHEM: The Graphic Novel