Racial justice, Student organizations
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On Feb. 27, Sarah Anderson, the Director of Policy at FreedomWorks, spoke to University of Maine students about criminal justice reform in America. Anderson wasinvited to speak by UMaine’s Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) chapter in cooperation with the UMaine College Republicans. FreedomWorks is a group of over six million Americans that promote free markets and individual liberty. The group states that their members “all share three commontraits; a desire for less government oversight, lower taxes and more economic freedom.” FreedomWorks does this by educating citizens “on important issues, or helping [people] contact [their] elected officials," according to the organization’s website.
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Maxsimic, Maria, "Young Americans for Liberty and College Republicans host speaker on criminal justice reform" (2020). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 225.