Our readers and donors have helped us make an impact in just 6 months since launch
The Legal Insurrection Foundation launched just over 6 months ago.
In that short time, we’ve accomplished a lot, some of which you see, some of which you don’t see.
You know about our exclusive Gibson’s Bakery v. Oberlin College coverage. We made the investment to cover the trial in-person every single day because we saw what others didn’t — that the case was a real life example of so much we have covered for the prior decade in terms of social justice warfare gone mad. Legal Insurrection readers were weeks ahead of the rest of the world in knowing about one of the biggest cases that rocked the higher ed world. We’re still on the case, when others have faded away, and will continue to report.
You may find the attached compilation of media coverage of our Gibson’s coverage, put together in June, to see the impact we’ve had.
We’ve carried that impact into many other fields, including our investigation of the anti-Capitalist/anti-Israel/anti-American “intersectional” coalition. We’ve teamed up with the Free Beacon in some of these investigations, and we’re carrying that forward on our own as well. I think you’ll be impressed in the coming months.
What you don’t see is that we also serve as a research and support resource for many groups and individuals who share our concerns and goals.
Beyond the investigations and research, we’re focused on building community. That’s always been important to me, but now more than ever as high tech institutions are corrupted by the same social justice warfare we’ve seen on campuses. We’re making a concerted effort to reach out to existing readers and new audiences through appearances around the country. Our events in Houston, Austin and D.C. are just the start.
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