Category: Nonprofits & Activism

Protecting children with disabilities during COVID-19 | UNICEF

COVID-19 is making the lives of children with disabilities even more challenging. As we respond to the pandemic, we must ensure that the most vulnerable are not left behind. Let’s reimagine a world where every child, with or without a…

Protecting families | UNICEF

From Venezuela to Uruguay, this is one family’s journey of migration. Together with partners, we’re helping to protect children and families in the time of #COVID19 regardless of who they are or where they come from. Subscribe to UNICEF here:…

The Music Never Stopped During the 1968 Pandemic

From September 1968 to December 1969, Matt Kibbe’s favorite band, the Grateful Dead, would play 177 concerts in the United States. It’s hard to imagine today, but this happened in the midst of a global pandemic that would kill an…

Cuomo Got It Wrong and Seniors Died

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s policies for nursing homes during COVID-19 have had disastrous results. Ordering nursing homes to admit coronavirus patients is a dangerous mandate that cost many people their lives. Matt Kibbe asks, when will politicians realize that…

How Do We Feed America During COVID-19? | Guests: Rep. Thomas Massie & Joel Salatin | Ep 66

Matt Kibbe sits down with self-described Lunatic Farmer Joel Salatin and Rep. Thomas Massie to talk about the food shortages Americans are experiencing as a result of the coronavirus lockdown. The complex interactions that allow food to make it from…

Why We Need Religious Freedom During a Crisis

It’s the first time in U.S. history that the government has tried to forbid Americans from attending church. Freedom of religion has always been a cornerstone of the American system, and we should be very careful before we agree to…

What Would Howard Roark Do?

Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead was published May 7, 1943 and has sold more than 6.5 million copies in more than 20 languages. Matt Kibbe breaks down the lessons he’s learned from this classic novel. Fight for your dreams, know what…

Free the People’s Liberty Pub Happy Hour

Free the People is teaming up with AIER for this week’s Liberty Pub Happy Hour. Join us on YouTube or Facebook LIVE this Wednesday night, May 6th at 7pm ET, for a drink and a little hope. RSVP on Facebook:…

The Only Thing That Unites the Left Is Government | Guest: Dave Rubin | Ep 65

Dave Rubin, host of The Rubin Report and author of “Don’t Burn This Book,” sits down with Matt Kibbe to discuss the political Left’s response to the coronavirus. Rubin points out that the lockdown has revealed a unification on the…

Atom Scale Manufacturing: The Path to Ultimate Green Technologies | Robert Wolkow | TEDxYYC

Manufacturing with atoms has been the siren’s call for many researchers who believed it was the key that could unlock enormous new potential in how we build things. We could develop products that are perfectly precise, contain zero waste and…

Walking in search of the metre | Sara Morawetz | TEDxSydney

What is a metre –– is it approximately an arm’s length? An average stride? Or is it something more –– something scientific? Artist Sara Morawetz embarked on a journey to find out –– walking for 112 days along the length…

What are the consequences of misleading statistics? | Lilit Tarverdyan | TEDxAUA

Do you believe every statistics that’s being reported? In this talk, Lilit explores how fake statistics deceive us and lead to misleading conclusions. She suggests ways we can use to resist falling under the influence of false information and avoiding…

Quick Decisions and Steadfast Commitment. | Dinesh Nair | TEDxPodarInternationalSchool

Dinesh talks about the significance of accepting the current situation and daring to think outside the box in order to achieve something phenomenal. This talk will not only provide a glimpse into the hardships of life in sports but will…

The Samaritan’s Eye | Pierre Grigor | TEDxSwakopmund

Pierre obtained 4 university degrees and amongst others worked as a Public Prosecutor and Human Resources practitioner before he studied Theology at the University of Stellenbosch. He started his theological career as Dutch Reformed minister in the Eastern Cape where…