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Friday, July 15 • 11:30am - 12:20pm
Bridging the Racial Divide: Engaging Liberty (Kristoffer Adams, Will Coley, Jose Cordeiro, Lily Williams, Kevin Williamson)

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Kevin Williamson

Correspondent, National Review Institute
Kevin D. Williamson is National Review’s roving correspondent and the author of several books, including The End Is Near and It’s Going To Be Awesome and The Case against Trump. He began his journalism career as an editor with the Bombay-based Indian Express Newspaper Group and has written for publications from the New York Post to Academic Questions and The New Criterion, where he served as... Read More →

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Kristoffer Adams

President, MyJustUs
Kristoffer Adams is a community activist from Memphis, TN. He was also the former University of Memphis College Republican President. He is the Outreach Director for CityGOP a group based out of Washington D.C. In his spare time he volunteers with SoGiv and Lifeline to Success.
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Will Coley

National Director, Muslims 4 Liberty
William Coley is a native of Lenoir City, TN. As Co-founder and National Director of Muslims 4 Liberty, he is an ardent political activist within the Muslim community. Mr Coley started working as co-host of America's first TEA party radio show "Tea party patriots live" on WORL 660 Orlando. Since then, he has become a regular speaker on the liberty curcuit. In 2012 he was honored with a Liberty Inspiration Award, alongside voices like Tom Woods... Read More →
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Jose Cordeiro

Founding Faculty, Singularity University; Director, Millennium Project
Jose Luis Cordeiro is a world citizen in our small planet in a big unknown universe. He was born in Latin America, from European parents, was educated in Europe and North America, and has worked extensively in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas. He has studied, visited and worked in over 130 countries in five continents. He is chair of the Venezuelan Node of the Millennium Project; visiting research fellow at the Institute of Developing... Read More →
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Lily Williams

State Director, Our American Initiative
Born in the wild west of Chinanear Tibet and raised with her two brothers by illiterate working-class parents, Lily Williams grew up facing poor living conditions, food rationing, and political and social chaos.  In this tumultuous environment, she quickly developed street smarts and compassion as well as the values of perseverance and hard work. At 17, Lily graduated at the top of her high school class and placed near the top of the... Read More →

Friday July 15, 2016 11:30am - 12:20pm
Melrose 4

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