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There are many "adult" organizations who have a similar goals to FreeCulture.org, such as the [[Electronic Frontier Foundation]], [[Creative Commons]], the [[Free Software Foundation]], and so on.  However, this is the first international student organization, and we hope that it will spawn local movements around the globe.
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There are many "adult" organizations that have similar goals to FreeCulture.org, such as the [[Electronic Frontier Foundation]], [[Creative Commons]], the [[Free Software Foundation]], and so on.  However, this is the first international student organization, and we hope that it will spawn local movements around the globe.
  
 
For information on starting a chapter on your campus, check out the [[MyChapter]] page.
 
For information on starting a chapter on your campus, check out the [[MyChapter]] page.
  
 
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Student-dominated youth movements have also played a central role in the "color revolutions" seen in post-communist societies in recent years. ... The series of protests were successful; they broke down the communist regime and implemented the use of democratic elections in 1990, only a few months after the first protest.
  
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There are many "adult" organizations that have similar goals to FreeCulture.org, such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Creative Commons, the Free Software Foundation, and so on. However, this is the first international student organization, and we hope that it will spawn local movements around the globe.

For information on starting a chapter on your campus, check out the MyChapter page.


Student-dominated youth movements have also played a central role in the "color revolutions" seen in post-communist societies in recent years. ... The series of protests were successful; they broke down the communist regime and implemented the use of democratic elections in 1990, only a few months after the first protest.


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