Free Speech Week Is Coming Soon!


MILO is proud to announce Berkeley Free Speech Week
in conjunction with the Berkeley Patriot!



Berkeley Free Speech Week will be a peaceful event with speakers and surprises at different locations on campus throughout each day. Berkeley Free Speech Week is open to all political ideologies, with speakers representing conservatives, libertarians, and even liberals.

Berkeley has proclaimed this to be a “free speech year” and we’re going to help them kick it off in style. We will be including every speaker prevented from speaking at Berkeley in the last 12 months.

We will announce the full lineup of speakers soon. Keep an eye on #FreeSpeechWeek for more details.

Each day of Berkeley Free Speech Week will have a theme:


MILO will present the first annual Mario Savio Award for Free Speech
on Wednesday evening to close out Berkeley Free Speech Week


 

Wall of Shame

The Berkeley Free Speech Week Wall of Shame lists every member of the liberal establishment that was invited to debate at Berkeley Free Speech Week and refused to attend.

Discover the Free Speech Wall of Shame

 

Speakers

BERKELEY FREE SPEECH WEEK WILL INCLUDE MORE THAN 20 SPEAKERS REPRESENTING DIVERSE VIEWPOINTS. CHECK BACK AS NEW SPEAKERS ARE ANNOUNCED THROUGHOUT SEPTEMBER.

Confirmed speakers include MILO, Steve Bannon, Ann Coulter, Mike Cernovich, Pam Geller, David Horowitz, and Erik Prince, as well as Ariana Rowlands, Chadwick Moore, Katie Hopkins, Lisa DePasquale, Lucian Wintrich, Miss Elaine, Monica Crowley, Raheem Kassam, SABO, and Stelion Onufrei.





Days

Each day of Berkeley Free Speech Week will include multiple speakers in different venues, all speaking with a common theme.

Check back regularly for frequent updates.
 

 

Day One – Feminism Awareness Day

Feminism Awareness Day quick facts:

  • Who: Confirmed “Feminism Awareness Day” speakers include Miss Elaine, Lucian Wintrich, Lisa DePasquale, Chadwick Moore, and MILO.
  • What: Explorations of the impact of feminism on free expression. Is feminism good for freedom, for women, and for society?”
  • When: Sunday, September 24 starting at Noon Pacific time.
  • Where: Multiple locations and venues on the UC Berkeley campus to be announced.

 

Day Two – ZUCK 2020

ZUCK 2020 QUICK FACTS:

  • Who: Confirmed “ZUCK 2020” speakers include Monica Crowley, and SABO.
  • What: Discussions of free speech on the Internet. Can free speech survive under the progressive leftist monoculture of Silicon Valley, where CEOs decide what websites survive?
  • When: Monday, September 25 starting at Noon Pacific time.
  • Where: Multiple locations and venues on the UC Berkeley campus to be announced.
  • Day 2 will culminate with a debate about the necessity of regulating internet platforms as public utilities in order to protect free expression online.

 

Day Three – Islamic Peace & Tolerance Day

Islamic Peace & Tolerance Day quick facts:

  • Who: Confirmed “Islamic Peace & Tolerance Day” speakers include Raheem Kassam, Katie Hopkins, Erik Prince, MILO, Pamela Geller, and David Horowitz.
  • What: Examinations of the compatibility of Islam and Western values. Will America follow Europe’s lead into Islamization?
  • When: Tuesday, September 26 starting at Noon Pacific time.
  • Where: Multiple locations and venues on the UC Berkeley campus to be announced.

 

Day Four – Mario Savio is Dead

Mario Savio is Dead QUICK FACTS:

  • Who: Confirmed “Mario Savio is Dead” speakers include Mike Cernovich, Ariana Rowlands, Stelion Onufrei, Alex Marlow, MILO, Steve Bannon, and Ann Coulter.
  • What: Lectures on the nature of modern higher education. Are our universities teaching critical thinking and expanding worldviews, or cramming students full of politically correct noise?
  • When: Wednesday, September 27 starting at Noon Pacific time.
  • Where: Multiple locations and venues on the UC Berkeley campus to be announced.
  • Dav 4 will conclude with the presentation of the first annual Mario Savio Award for Free Speech.

Award

MILO will award the Mario Savio Award for Free Speech to the individual that best exemplified courageous free expression over the last year.

Named in honor of Mario Savio, who founded the Berkeley Free Speech Movement in the ’60s, the Mario Savio Free Speech Award will be given to the person who has done the most for free speech over the course of the last year.

The 2017 award winner will be first recipient of what will become a coveted annual recognition of great service to the ideal of free speech in the face of all odds.

Sponsors

Sponsorship opportunities are available for Berkeley Free Speech Week. If peaceful free expression and courageous free speech are values you associate with your brand, contact us today!

Sponsorships are available at the event level, day level, or individual speech level. Please contact us at [email protected] for more details.

Contact


Contact [email protected]

Sign up for our newsletter

To keep up to date with the latest news on Berkeley Free Speech Week, along with general MILO news, sign up for our newsletter.

Free Speech Week Is Coming Soon!


MILO is proud to announce Berkeley Free Speech Week
in conjunction with the Berkeley Patriot!



Berkeley Free Speech Week will be a peaceful event with speakers and surprises at different locations on campus throughout each day. Berkeley Free Speech Week is open to all political ideologies, with speakers representing conservatives, libertarians, and even liberals.

Berkeley has proclaimed this to be a “free speech year” and we’re going to help them kick it off in style. We will be including every speaker prevented from speaking at Berkeley in the last 12 months.

We will announce the full lineup of speakers soon. Keep an eye on #FreeSpeechWeek for more details.

Each day of Berkeley Free Speech Week will have a theme:


MILO will present the first annual Mario Savio Award for Free Speech
on Wednesday evening to close out Berkeley Free Speech Week


Speakers

BERKELEY FREE SPEECH WEEK WILL INCLUDE MORE THAN 20 SPEAKERS REPRESENTING DIVERSE VIEWPOINTS. CHECK BACK AS NEW SPEAKERS ARE ANNOUNCED THROUGHOUT SEPTEMBER.

Confirmed speakers include MILO, Steve Bannon, Ann Coulter, Mike Cernovich, Pamela Geller, David Horowitz, and Erik Prince, as well as Ariana Rowlands, Chadwick Moore, Katie Hopkins, Lisa DePasquale, Lucian Wintrich, Miss Elaine, Monica Crowley, Raheem Kassam, SABO, and Stelion Onufrei.

Days

Each day of Berkeley Free Speech Week will include multiple speakers in different venues, all speaking with a common theme.

Check back regularly for frequent updates.

Day One – Feminism Awareness Day

Feminism Awareness Day quick facts:

  • Who: Confirmed “Feminism Awareness Day” speakers include Miss Elaine, Lucian Wintrich, Lisa DePasquale, Chadwick Moore, and MILO.
  • What: Explorations of the impact of feminism on free expression. Is feminism good for freedom, for women, and for society?”
  • When: Sunday, September 24 starting at Noon Pacific time.
  • Where: Multiple locations and venues on the UC Berkeley campus to be announced.

Day Two – ZUCK 2020

ZUCK 2020 QUICK FACTS:

  • Who: Confirmed “ZUCK 2020” speakers include Monica Crowley, and SABO.
  • What: Discussions of free speech on the Internet. Can free speech survive under the progressive leftist monoculture of Silicon Valley, where CEOs decide what websites survive?
  • When: Monday, September 25 starting at Noon Pacific time.
  • Where: Multiple locations and venues on the UC Berkeley campus to be announced.
  • Day 2 will culminate with a debate about the necessity of regulating internet platforms as public utilities in order to protect free expression online.

Day Three – Islamic Peace & Tolerance Day

Islamic Peace & Tolerance Day quick facts:

  • Who: Confirmed “Islamic Peace & Tolerance Day” speakers include Raheem Kassam, Katie Hopkins, Erik Prince, MILO, Pamela Geller, and David Horowitz.
  • What: Examinations of the compatibility of Islam and Western values. Will America follow Europe’s lead into Islamization?
  • When: Tuesday, September 26 starting at Noon Pacific time.
  • Where: Multiple locations and venues on the UC Berkeley campus to be announced.

Day Four – Mario Savio is Dead

Mario Savio is Dead QUICK FACTS:

  • Who: Confirmed “Mario Savio is Dead” speakers include Mike Cernovich, Ariana Rowlands, Stelion Onufrei, Alex Marlow, MILO, Steve Bannon, and Ann Coulter.
  • What: Lectures on the nature of modern higher education. Are our universities teaching critical thinking and expanding worldviews, or cramming students full of politically correct noise?
  • When: Wednesday, September 27 starting at Noon Pacific time.
  • Where: Multiple locations and venues on the UC Berkeley campus to be announced.
  • Dav 4 will conclude with the presentation of the first annual Mario Savio Award for Free Speech.

Award

MILO will award the Mario Savio Award for Free Speech to the individual that best exemplified courageous free expression over the last year.

Named in honor of Mario Savio, who founded the Berkeley Free Speech Movement in the ’60s, the Mario Savio Free Speech Award will be given to the person who has done the most for free speech over the course of the last year.

The 2017 award winner will be first recipient of what will become a coveted annual recognition of great service to the ideal of free speech in the face of all odds.

Sponsors

Sponsorship opportunities are available for Berkeley Free Speech Week. If peaceful free expression and courageous free speech are values you associate with your brand, contact us today!

Sponsorships are available at the event level, day level, or individual speech level. Please contact us at [email protected] for more details.

Contact


Contact [email protected]

Sign up for our newsletter

To keep up to date with the latest news on Berkeley Free Speech Week, along with general MILO news, sign up for our newsletter.