Voices of Culture: Li Zhao Schoolland

What Made Me Not Ticklish

The Voices of Culture Lecture Series presents Li Zhao Schoolland. Schoolland, Director of External Relations Asia-Pacific at the Acton Institute, talks about her experience growing up in Communist China.

 

Li Zhao Schoolland survived 26 years through the horrors of Mao's regime in China. This motivated her to a lifetime of promoting freedom and liberty globally through the organization of Austrian economics and entrepreneurship conferences and summer camps over two decades in Eastern Europe, Asia/Pacific, and North Africa.

The Voices of Culture is a non-partisan, broad-based academic forum that values diversity of thought and background, openness and insight, and depth of understanding. It sees itself as the agora of American life and discourse, sponsoring lecture series', conferences, performances, and interdisciplinary collaborations in order to countenance good will and engender unifying ideas of inclusion and togetherness.

Zoom meeting ID: 897 5256 7610

When

5 p.m. Jan. 19, 2021

Event Contacts

Digital Signage Date

Thursday, November 19, 2020 - 11:35