2022 CFFS Activity Calendar

Check out our calendar of events, meetings, and trainings hosted by Citizens for Free Speech. We encourage our members to host their own in-person or virtual meet-ups in their states and local communities. 

Times listed are generally Mountain Standard Time -- please check the copy for the event time in your time zone. 

The First Amendment is predicated on gathering, discussing, persuading, strategizing and speaking out on key issues. Meet-ups can be informal and small or formal and large. In today's environment of face masks and social distancing, small Meetups are more typical. The key thing is to get together in face-to-face groups and develop relationships, plan group activities and protests and encourage one another. 

How to organize a CFFS Meet-up event: Pick a time, date and location. Post the activity on this calendar. Invite a few friends to RSVP. Send some private invitations by Messenger or Text. Start small but then plan to get bigger with the next gathering.

All registered users may log in and submit a calendar event.

NOTE: This is a monitored calendar and is to be used exclusively for CFFS activities. No other events are allowed. 

  • Thursday, February 03, 2022 at 04:00 PM
    Zoom

    Monthly Live Training

    3 PM PT/ 4 PM MT/ 5 PM CT/ 6 PM ET
    Zoom training session

    February Training Topic:
    The City Survey -- Getting to know your community

    About the topic: Jump start your local activism efforts by taking inventory of who the players are in your community. What is your city's demographics? Who are the city leaders? What organizations and experts have influence over local decision makers? These questions and more will be explored along with guidance on how to collect, organize, and access information to help mobilize a team to take action on key initiatives.

    RSVP below and check your email inbox for your registration confirmation and link to join the meeting on zoom. 

    Can't make this training session? Don't worry! This training will be uploaded to our training platform on Local Activist, so you can access on-demand at your convenience. 

     

     

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  • Tuesday, February 15, 2022 at 03:30 PM
    Zoom

    State Chapter Leaders Network Meeting

    Would you like to get more involved with CFFS on the local and state level?

    We are looking for free speech advocates to represent CFFS in their states. Our state chapter leaders host meet-ups for members in their states, distribute CFFS materials, and facilitate other initiatives. Our state chapter leaders meet monthly to collaborate, develop their leadership skills, and to support one another. 

    States currently represented include:

    Arizona
    Florida
    Michigan
    Ohio

    Want to be part of this group of talented and committed free speech defenders? Contact CFFS Deputy Director Kimberly Miller at [email protected] to learn more!

     

  • Wednesday, February 16, 2022 at 07:30 PM
    ZOOM in Cleveland, OH

    Citizens for Free Speech: Ohio February Zoom Webinar

    Jonathan Broadbent, founder of Protect Ohio Children and Linda Harvey, president of Mission America, will give a presentation entitled “Transform to Transparency: A Roadmap to Return Education to America's Schools”. The program will cover how parents across the country are organizing with one another in the face of inappropriate and dangerous curricula and standards in our schools, while simultaneously battling a Justice Department that is working to silence their dissent. The DOJ has declared parents that challenge school administrators and board members on behalf of their kids should be investigated by the FBI as domestic terrorists, all to protect the controversial indoctrination that continues within the schools.

    We also encourage you to view the webinar with friends or family members who may not yet be members of CFFS, but who are interested in protecting our children and the rights of parents. You may also participate in the Q & A with Jonathan and Linda following their presentation.

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  • Thursday, March 03, 2022 at 04:00 PM
    Zoom

    Monthly Live Training

    CFFS hosts live training sessions the first Thursday of each month. 

    January Training Topic: Local Involvement as a Precinct Committeeman
    Trainer: Barbara Parker 

    2022 is an important mid-term election year. One of the most effective ways you can get involved in your local community is as a Precinct Committeeman (PC) for your legislative district. If you are not familiar with what a PC is, join us for Part 1 of this three-part training. 

    The training session will be held on Zoom at 3 PM PT/ 4 PM MT/ 5 PM CT/ 6 PM ET

    RSVP below and check your email inbox for your registration confirmation and link to join the meeting on zoom. 

    Can't make this training session? Don't worry! This training, plus Parts 2 & 3 will be uploaded to our training platform on Local Activist, so you can access on-demand at your convenience. 

    The Quarterly CFFS Volunteer Meeting will be held immediately after the live training session. Plan to stay on the webinar for the latest updates. 

     

     

  • Tuesday, March 15, 2022 at 03:30 PM
    Zoom

    State Chapter Leaders Network Meeting

    Would you like to get more involved with CFFS on the local and state level?

    We are looking for free speech advocates to represent CFFS in their states. Our state chapter leaders host meet-ups for members in their states, distribute CFFS materials, and facilitate other initiatives. Our state chapter leaders meet monthly to collaborate, develop their leadership skills, and to support one another. 

    States currently represented include:

    Arizona
    Florida
    Michigan
    Ohio

    Want to be part of this group of talented and committed free speech defenders? Contact CFFS Deputy Director Kimberly Miller at [email protected] to learn more!

     

  • Thursday, April 07, 2022 at 04:00 PM
    Zoom

    Monthly Live Training

    CFFS hosts live training sessions the first Thursday of each month. 

    January Training Topic: Local Involvement as a Precinct Committeeman
    Trainer: Barbara Parker 

    2022 is an important mid-term election year. One of the most effective ways you can get involved in your local community is as a Precinct Committeeman (PC) for your legislative district. If you are not familiar with what a PC is, join us for Part 1 of this three-part training. 

    The training session will be held on Zoom at 3 PM PT/ 4 PM MT/ 5 PM CT/ 6 PM ET

    RSVP below and check your email inbox for your registration confirmation and link to join the meeting on zoom. 

    Can't make this training session? Don't worry! This training, plus Parts 2 & 3 will be uploaded to our training platform on Local Activist, so you can access on-demand at your convenience. 

    The Quarterly CFFS Volunteer Meeting will be held immediately after the live training session. Plan to stay on the webinar for the latest updates. 

     

     

  • Thursday, April 07, 2022 at 05:00 PM · 1 rsvp
    Zoom

    CFFS Quarterly Volunteer Meeting

    Join Patrick Wood and CFFS Deputy Director Kimberly Miller for the latest CFFS updates and announcements. 

     

    Meetings are held on Zoom and begin at 4 PM PT/ 5 PM MT/ 6 PM CT/ 7 PM ET

    RSVP below and check your inbox for registration confirmation and link to join the zoom meeting. 

     

    RSVP to this Event
  • Tuesday, April 19, 2022 at 03:30 PM
    Zoom

    State Chapter Leaders Network Meeting

    Would you like to get more involved with CFFS on the local and state level?

    We are looking for free speech advocates to represent CFFS in their states. Our state chapter leaders host meet-ups for members in their states, distribute CFFS materials, and facilitate other initiatives. Our state chapter leaders meet monthly to collaborate, develop their leadership skills, and to support one another. 

    States currently represented include:

    Arizona
    Florida
    Michigan
    Ohio

    Want to be part of this group of talented and committed free speech defenders? Contact CFFS Deputy Director Kimberly Miller at [email protected] to learn more!

     

  • Thursday, May 05, 2022 at 04:00 PM
    Zoom

    Monthly Live Training

    CFFS hosts live training sessions the first Thursday of each month. 

    January Training Topic: Local Involvement as a Precinct Committeeman
    Trainer: Barbara Parker 

    2022 is an important mid-term election year. One of the most effective ways you can get involved in your local community is as a Precinct Committeeman (PC) for your legislative district. If you are not familiar with what a PC is, join us for Part 1 of this three-part training. 

    The training session will be held on Zoom at 3 PM PT/ 4 PM MT/ 5 PM CT/ 6 PM ET

    RSVP below and check your email inbox for your registration confirmation and link to join the meeting on zoom. 

    Can't make this training session? Don't worry! This training, plus Parts 2 & 3 will be uploaded to our training platform on Local Activist, so you can access on-demand at your convenience. 

    The Quarterly CFFS Volunteer Meeting will be held immediately after the live training session. Plan to stay on the webinar for the latest updates. 

     

     

  • Thursday, May 12, 2022 at 05:00 PM
    Hybrid Event -- Online and In-Person

    CFFS National Town Hall

    Please be sure to complete RSVP form at bottom of page

    Join Us for our Spring CFFS Town Hall!

    The live streaming event will begin at 5 PM PT/6 PM MT/7 PM CT/ 8 PM ET on the CFFS channel at Rumble.com/user/cffs. 

    A Hybrid National Town Hall

    Although CFFS will use virtual technology to broadcast into homes and businesses across America, we are calling on everyone to invite people into their living rooms to be able to watch together. This will encourage local discussion, personal networking and ideas on how to act locally. Free Speech and local assembly are the cornerstones of the First Amendment.

    The National Town Hall speakers to be announced soon!

    Concrete Solutions and How To Achieve Them

    We will offer tangible, concrete measures on how ordinary citizens can fight back against censorship, especially in their local communities; first by personally exercising their own First Amendment rights and secondly, by working through local government to restore all rights contained in the First Amendment.

    Please RSVP below. We will send out instructions on how to access the live event just as soon as those are finalized.