Madison Movie Nights resume this fall with a screening of “The Cartel”:Wednesday, October 12, 7:00pm
Florida State University, HCB Room 103
Free and Open to the Public
In partnership with FSU Young Americans for Liberty, FSU College Republicans, FSU Economics Club, and Tallahassee Young Republicans
For more information/directions:
See Flyer/Map or Visit Facebook Event”The Cartel” puts a human face on the harm done by the educational cartel – those entrenched interests of unions, bureaucrats, administrators, and politicians who put money and influence ahead of education reforms that will help our children succeed and be prepared to compete in the global economy.
In 2010, JMI kicked off the first season of Madison Movie Nights, promoting liberty through film to a broad based audience on the Florida State University campus. This series has been a great success, bringing college students and JMI members together to discuss films that bring a human face to the many challenges in our public policy arena. This year the series will be expanded to other college campuses in Florida in addition to continuing the strong program in Tallahassee.
If you are interested in receiving special email notices regarding this film series, please send an email to jmi@jamesmadison.org with “Movie Nights” in the subject line.