Bob Woodson is an inspiring defender of our founding principles and proponent of God-given freedoms for all Americans. Reserve your seat at a luncheon as Woodson shares:
- His own rise from poverty, disenfranchisement with liberal anti-poverty programs and his personal commitment to reviving our neighborhoods.
- Opposition to critical race theory (CRT) and the launch of 1776 Unites, a movement to liberate Americans to chart their own future successes.
Burlington has recently been a hotbed of controversy over CRT. Register and join the Badger Institute as our distinguished speaker addresses this destructive agenda – and offers a positive alternative.
Woodson is an early MacArthur “genius” awardee, recipient of the 2008 Bradley Prize and Presidential Citizens Award, and Founder of The Woodson Center, whose mission is to transform lives, schools and troubled neighborhoods.
Thursday, July 22
Registration: Noon-12:15 p.m.
Luncheon: 12:15-1:15 p.m.
Veterans Terrace | Burlington, WI
$20 per person (includes lunch)
Bob is a recent guest on the Free Exchange podcast. Listen now as he discusses a unifying alternative to the divisive messages of the New York Times’ 1619 Project and how to fight back against CRT.