Join us for a long, laid back weekend of peace, liberty, and connection at this family friendly camping event this summer! Taking place at Circle Pines Center in Delton, Michigan August 22, 23, 24, & 25. Early bird pricing is happening now for a limited time!
Join us for a long, laid back weekend of peace, liberty, and connection at this family friendly camping event this summer! Taking place at Circle Pines Center in Delton, Michigan August 22, 23, 24, & 25. Join the Facebook event to stay in the loop on upcoming details.
Check out the write-up from last year’s 1st Annual Midwest Peace and Liberty Fest. “It all started with a couple of people sitting around saying, “We should go camping this summer.” That was in the beginning of the year. Then the idea came about to turn this into a group event. An event was created on Facebook that brought together nearly 100 campers and day visitors.”
The MPLC conducted a No War With Syria rally/information campaign in Downtown Detroit on September 1st. With 20 people in attendance we were amazed at the positive attention we received. It was encouraging to have dozens of spectators requesting to take photos or to be featured in photos with us. Some negativity did arise, however, when local security forces informed us that the park we were in, which is open to the public, was not open to us. Undeterred, we walked 10 feet out into the street and continued passing out literature and posing for photos with park patrons. All in all, it was a very successful event which succeeded in broadening awareness of voluntaryism and promoting the message of peace in our community.
To see more photos of the event, please visit The Michigan Peace and Liberty Coalition Facebook Page
Local Detroit media spotlights The Michigan Peace and Liberty Coalition’s No War With Syria Rally here:
People were really getting into the message of spreading peace:
Welcome to The Michigan Peace & Liberty Coalition‘s site!
The Michigan Peace and Liberty Coalition is founded on the philosophy of voluntaryism, or voluntarism, which holds that all human association should be voluntary. The moral principle supporting voluntarism is known as the NAP, or the non-aggression principle, which prohibits the initiation of aggressive force or coercion. The word ‘initiation’ is used here to make clear that voluntaryism does not oppose self-defense.
The Michigan Peace and Liberty Coalition is not a club, membership organization, religious group, government or corporation. The MPLC aims to enable like-minded sovereign and peaceful individuals to find one another and establish meaningful friendships locally, while advocating the use of education, persuasion, and non-violent resistance as the primary means to bring about freedom in our lifetime.
Please visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MichiganPeaceandLiberty !