FREE THE PEOPLE FOUNDATION

FREE THE PEOPLE FOUNDATION

Washington, DC

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ABOUT

Free the People’s mission is to make the values of liberty entertaining, accessible, and human. Free the People deliberately explores issues that bridge the partisan divide—topics like criminal justice reform, health care choice, and opposing corporate cronyism by producing documentary films, video web series, and podcasts that illuminate the people and ideas changing the world for the better. 

IN THE NEWS

NOT YOUR GRANDFATHER’S ZOOM CONFERENCE: #LFFD20

The realities of the COVID-19 pandemic required Atlas Network to pivot to a suite of virtual Regional Liberty Forums in 2020, but nothing compared to the most-attended Atlas Network event of the year—the 2020 Liberty Forum & Freedom Dinner online—which brought together think tank leaders, supporters, and academics from around th...

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2020 LIGHTS, CAMERA, LIBERTY FILM FESTIVAL HONOREES ANNOUNCED

Property foreclosures, restorative justice, right to work, and entrepreneurship are at the core of five films that will be recognized at this year’s Lights, Camera, Liberty Film Festival. The five finalists for 2020 are Seize This House, by U.S.-based Pacific Legal Foundation; How to Love Your Enemy: A Restorative Justice Story,...

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CAN THE FREE-MARKET MOVEMENT LEAD ON POVERTY?

In the last several years, U.S. think tanks have expanded their work to include important liberty topics that are of particular relevance to low-income communities. Are there more frontiers for fighting big government on behalf of the disadvantaged that think tanks could be leading on?

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SPREADING LIBERTY ONE BEER AT A TIME

Free the People is using movies and beer communicate the ideas of freedom. The new film, "Beer Is Freedom: When Hops Cross Borders" tells the journey of how two brewers across the globe worked together in order to create a joint microbrew called Flying Dogma.

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FEECON BRINGS CHAMPIONS OF FREEDOM TOGETHER FOR FIRST ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Nobody brings the ideas of freedom and sound economics to life quite like the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), through its decades of publications and in-person seminars, and today through its engaging website content. Now FEE is holding its first annual conference, FEEcon, featuring more than 70 sessions and 10 distinct...

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