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Philly End The Fed Block Party

Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

September 9, 2017 at 12 PM
10 N Independence Mall W, Philadelphia, PA 19106, United States

Are you ready for the greatest grassroots liberty event of the year in PA!? Join us as we shutdown the entire block in front of the Federal Reserve building in Philadelphia, not to protest or shout, but to have fun, connect, network and enjoy ourselves as we bring more light to the issue of central banking, fiat currency, economic controls and the solution to these problems, and many others.

The event will begin at 12:00 and will feature live music, speakers on a variety of different topics, and a variety of vending booths, including food/drink. This is a permitted event with an enforced time period. The streets will have to be cleared at 4 P.M.

Bring your signs, bring your friends, bring your bag chairs, and bring your passion!

Our Speakers include:

Event MC: Dale Kerns for US Senate2018/Libertarian/Penna

Keith F Smith – Cryptocurrency entrepreneur, Developer of Nexus Cryptocurrency
http://www.nexusearth.com/

Steve Scheetz – 2018 Libertarian Candidate for Congress representing Pennsylvania’s 8th District, Former Chair of the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania
http://buckslp.org/candidates/steve-scheetz | Steve Scheetz Candidate for Congress District 8

Dale Kerns – 2018 Libertarian Candidate for Senate representing Pennsylvania
https://www.dalekerns.com/ | Dale Kerns for US Senate2018/Libertarian/Penna

Will Coley – former Libertarian Party Vice Presidential candidate, National Director of Muslims 4 Liberty, Host of “The Call to Freedom”
http://www.muslims4liberty.org/ – http://lrn.fm/shows/

Adam Kokesh – Long time freedom activist, Iraq War veteran, Author of “Freedom!”, 2020 Libertarian Party Candidate for (Not) President.
http://thefreedomline.com/ – https://www.youtube.com/user/AdamKokesh

Philip Labonte – Vocalist for the world touring band All That Remains, outspoken Libertarian, Constitutionalist, and Gun Rights advocate.

Splash

Larry Sharpe – 2018 Libertarian Candidate for Governor of New York, Managing Director of the Neo-Sage, Instructor and guest instructor at Columbia’s Graduate School of Business and Yale University School of Management respectively. Larry is well known and well respected as being one of the best motivators and unifiers in the Libertarian Party. – Larry Sharpe for New York

Dr. Murray Sabrin – Professor of Finance in the Anisfield School of Business. He was awarded a Ph.D. in economic geography from Rutgers University, an M.A. in social studies education from Lehman College and a B.A. in history, geography and social studies education from Hunter College. Dr. Sabrin is also contributing member of the Mises Institute.
http://www.murraysabrin.com/ – https://mises.org/profile/murray-sabrin

The Philly End The Fed Block Party will also feature Live Performances featuring both original music and some of your favorite anti-establishment songs by:
Jamall Anthony – https://www.instagram.com/themallystar/?hl=en –
Corrected Axiom – https://www.facebook.com/CorrectedAxiom/
Groundwork – https://www.facebook.com/groundworkband/

Making of the Museum of the American Revolution

Friday, May 19th, 2017

Presented by Roxborough Manayunk Wissahickon Historical Society
Events are free to the public.

May 24th
To be held at:
Journey’s Way
403 Rector Street
Philadelphia, PA 19128
@ 7 PM
Guest Speaker — Ms. Christine Spencer – Director of Marketing at the Museum of the American Revolution –
“Making of the Museum of the American Revolution”

March For Science

Saturday, April 22nd, 2017

by Daniel Brouse

PHILADELPHIA, PA — The March For Science protest was held in over 500 cities worldwide. The Trump administration has invented many fake news stories and alternative facts including climate change is a hoax, vaccines are dangerous and the best way to protect the environment is through economic growth.

Hundreds of thousands of scientists and science lovers came out on Earthday 2017 to support science and technology. Philadelphia’s march stretched for 14 blocks across the entire street from City Hall to Penn’s Landing.

VIDEO: March-For-Science-Philadelphia-Earthday-April-22-2017.mp4

The Human Induced Climate Change Experiment