As you have seen, the Institute for Justice always makes a special effort to put a human face on our issues: to put our clients front and center and let them speak for themselves. That is just the approach we recently took in a collection of videos that we will soon promote nationwide. But before the rest of the country gets to see what we created, we thought we would give you, our Liberty & Law readers, a sneak peek as a thank you for all your support.
Three of the videos are narrated by our clients, each telling her own story about why she is fighting for school choice, free speech or against eminent domain abuse. The fourth video is designed as much to entertain as to inform. That video features IJ’s fight on behalf of the Arizona steakhouse San Tan Flat in its battle against Pinal County’s petty bureaucrats . . . and believe us: when you see this video, you’ll understand just how petty some government officials can get.
At the Institute for Justice, we are always looking for new, inspiring and creative ways to share the message of freedom to mainstream audiences who might otherwise never consider these important issues. We hope you agree that these videos should open minds and move hearts.
To view the videos, visit: www.IJ.org/FreedomFlix.
John E. Kramer is IJ’s vice president for communications.