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Parents for Liberty Education Conference

Start Saturday, October 12, 2013 9:00 AM

End Saturday, October 12, 2013 6:00 PM

FEE President Dr. Larry Reed will offer a keynote at the Parents For Liberty Education Conference in Austin, TX on October 12, 2013.

The speakers at this conference will offer a unique perspective to the meaning of education, and explore how the love of learning may truly set us free. While other conferences give you tools to teach your children what they “need” to know, the Parents For Liberty Education Conference focuses on the critical thinking skills needed to distinguish propaganda from useful—and truthful—insights.

Speakers also include Michael Strong, Max Borders, Dr. Mary Ruwart, Dr. Norman Horn, Jason Rink, and several others.

Each will present you with an aspect of self-determination that can be incorporated into your home environment to empower your children and yourselves to create a better future.

Enjoy a full day of presentations, resources, and like-minded people that love liberty. A healthy breakfast and lunch will be provided.

We suggest ages 13 and up. This conference is primarily for adults.

Click here to register for the conference.

Cost: $50.00 - Event is open to the public

 

Location

Soundcheck Austin

1901 E 51st St #4

Austin, TX 78723

Event Contact

Parents For Liberty

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