Young America’s Foundation is excited to announce that Enes Kanter Freedom, an outspoken advocate for freedom and human rights, is joining YAF’s unrivaled campus lecture program. An accomplished NBA player, author, and conservative activist, Enes Kanter Freedom will bring his unique perspective and inspiring story to college campuses across the nation.
Enes lost his NBA career for speaking out against human rights violations in China. Despite facing numerous threats and persecution, including arrest warrants and canceled passports, Freedom has remained an advocate for the rights of oppressed groups including Uyghurs, Tibetans, and Hongkongers.
His love for America runs so deep that he added ‘Freedom’ to his last name on the very same day he became an American citizen.
YAF student Alexandra Leung remarked, “I think that his unwavering dedication to standing up for freedom is very admirable. I’m sure that his campus lectures will have an amazing impact on students throughout the country.”
In his inaugural YAF speech last month, Freedom addressed more than 600 attendees of YAF’s National Conservative Student Conference. He looks forward to inspiring many more crowds to come.
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