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Saturday, February 22 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Robin Hood's Direct Action Panel

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From "Robin Hooding" to civil disobedience to outreach, liberty activists in New Hampshire are getting the ideas of freedom into the streets. Join seasoned activists from the Keene area to discuss the various forms of direct action and ask your questions of this interactive panel including James "Robin Hood" Cleaveland, Garret Ean, Graham Colson, and Ian Freeman.

Moderators
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Ian Freeman

Ian is the program director of LRN.FM and hosts "Free Talk Live". As a minister in the Shire Free Church, it's his mission in life to effectively communicate and propagate the ideas of peace, love, and liberty, and to have fun doing it. Ian founded the Free Keene blog in late 2006 after moving to the Shire as part of the Free State Project.

Speakers
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James Cleaveland

After being frustrated by the lack of progress of elsewhere and learning of the Free State Project in 2010 through Dave Ridley of the Ridley Report and attending Porcfest 2011 and 2012, James Cleaveland moved to Keene in June 2012. Since arriving, he has been involved in many forms of activism in the Keene area including hosting ShireTV, chalking, Keene Copblock, jury outreach, trying to film in courthouses, and most recently, Robin Hooding... Read More →
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Graham Colson

Graham grew up in Swanzey, NH. When he was 16 and still in forced public education, he heard about the exciting things happening in Keene and knew he had to be a part of that in some capacity or another. When Graham turned 18 he moved here and he says his life changed forever, “These last few years have undoubtedly been the most single most interesting period of my life, and I’m looking forward to whatever the future in the Shire holds... Read More →
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Garret Ean

Garret has had an interest in police accountability since the time he was contemplating entering law enforcement through college. After concluding that the monopolistic protection services offered by the state could and often do harm more people than it claims to help, he opted out of trying to fix the broken system from within and instead found the video camera to be the most effective tool for attaining justice. After moving to Keene from his... Read More →


Saturday February 22, 2014 9:00am - 10:30am
Amphitheatre

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