The future survival of our republic demands that we invest time and effort to give our youth the tools they need to start and grow youth chapters as teenagers on college campuses. More importantly, to establish a foundation rooted in the defense of their individual liberty, adherence to our Constitution and Bill of Rights and to be willing to hold elected officials accountable to both goals.
Campuses across the nation are saturated with one political philosophy, too many of our youth feel punished for daring to critically think outside the box and for themselves. As the liberty movement continues to grow, more and more of our youth see that there are other viewpoints to consider and as they do a growing number of students are choosing liberty!
The Youth Co-Chair for the 13th Congressional District is Joseph Forbush
Connect with Joseph if you are interested in forming a high school republican group or be connected with like minded young republicans.
Here are a few resources for our youth within the 13th Congressional District.
College Republican National Committee
Wayne State College Republicans
August Shettler is the chair for the Wayne State Chapter of college republicans, connect with August if you would like to join in and be a part of the liberty movement at WSU.
Young Americans for Liberty
Young Americans for Liberty is rooted in the defense of liberty and provides a structure on campuses across the United States to learn and exercise their God given rights. YAL's "Win at the Door" strategy provides the students an outlet for identifying worthy candidates in their area to support. Last election cycle hundreds of YAL students knocked on over 1 million doors and helped put 35 strong liberty candidates over the top, in local elections. You can join in and become a part of the winning strategy.
”The less things politicians control, the less it matters who controls politicians”
-Cliff Maloney Jr, President of YAL.
Protect Life Michigan
They’re all about meeting students where they are, training them to be pro-life advocates, and sending them out to change hearts and save lives.
Foundation for Individual Rights Education
FIRE’s mission is to defend and sustain the individual rights of students and faculty members at America’s colleges and universities. These rights include freedom of speech, freedom of association, due process, legal equality, religious liberty, and sanctity of conscience—the essential qualities of liberty. FIRE educates students, faculty, alumni, trustees, and the public about the threats to these rights on our campuses, and provides the means to preserve them.
FIRE was founded in 1999 by University of Pennsylvania professor Alan Charles Kors and Boston civil liberties attorney Harvey Silverglate after the overwhelming response to their 1998 book The Shadow University: The Betrayal Of Liberty On America’s Campuses.