No Banned Books (NBB) is a brand new pilot initiative launching this fall to model methods of impacting what’s being taught on campus.  We’re starting with the one book that has done more to introduce generations to learn more about liberty: Atlas Shrugged, by Ayn Rand.  You can be a pioneer in co-creating this program, and laying the groundwork for establishing a successful model that can be expanded to other key books in the canon of liberty.

Participants in this pilot initiative will receive special benefits, including a chance to attend an exclusive spring strategy retreat in Malibu, California; access to a student support hotline; priority booking for TAS leaders as campus speakers; and recognition in the NBB final report.

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NO BANNED BOOKS

Ready to change history?  Here’s how:

Step One: Register.  You can sign-up to be a part of the NBB army by entering your contact information below.

Step Two: Research.  Find out whether Ayn Rand is included in your school’s Freshman Literature class -- or in any other literature classes offered by your school.

Step Three: Polling. Interview 100 students, using a form which will be mailed to you upon registration, or by using an app which will be available in August.  These will help you document results for several simple questions aimed at engaging fellow students on awareness, attitudes and interest in reading Ayn Rand and having it taught on campus.  Interested students will be invited to sign a petition to have Atlas Shrugged included on the reading list of the class identified in step two above.

Step Four: Meeting. Make an appointment to meet with the relevant professor or dean who would have decision-making authority over the reading list.

Step Five: Presenting.  Present the petition of students interested in having Atlas Shrugged taught.  Take notes.

Step Six: Prompt, Provide, Prepare.  If answer is “yes” -- provide link to where they can order free books. If answer is “no,” note reasons, and review with support team.  Include findings in final report.

Step Seven: Report.  Write up results, experience, findings in final report, which will document what worked, or provide road-map for trying again.

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