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FreeCulture.org is the home of an international [[student movement]] for [[free culture]]. Although many activist organizations have arisen to protect and promote free culture (including the [[EFF]], [[FSF]], and [[Creative Commons]]), for true change in the system, we must look to the future -- the youth of the world.  If we can win the hearts and minds of the next generation, the vested interests will slowly and inexorably become irrelevant.  And who is more qualified to build a student movement than the students themselves?
 
FreeCulture.org is the home of an international [[student movement]] for [[free culture]]. Although many activist organizations have arisen to protect and promote free culture (including the [[EFF]], [[FSF]], and [[Creative Commons]]), for true change in the system, we must look to the future -- the youth of the world.  If we can win the hearts and minds of the next generation, the vested interests will slowly and inexorably become irrelevant.  And who is more qualified to build a student movement than the students themselves?
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''See also: [[About]]''

Revision as of 16:22, 2 June 2005

FreeCulture.org is the home of an international student movement for free culture. Although many activist organizations have arisen to protect and promote free culture (including the EFF, FSF, and Creative Commons), for true change in the system, we must look to the future -- the youth of the world. If we can win the hearts and minds of the next generation, the vested interests will slowly and inexorably become irrelevant. And who is more qualified to build a student movement than the students themselves?

See also: About