#22: Mark Janus

Little did Mark Janus know when stepping into his role as a state employee in Illinois that his discomfort with mandatory union agency fees would catapult him into a historic Supreme Court case. Our conversation with Mark reveals the immense personal courage required to challenge deeply entrenched systems, and how his work reshaped the landscape of workers’ rights in America.

During the Janus v. AFSCME saga, Mark endured intimidation and death threats, yet stood firm, driven by the belief that individual freedoms should never be compromised. Mark’s tale is not just about legal victory; it’s a powerful lesson on the transformative power of standing up for one’s rights. Join us for a profound exploration of conviction, sacrifice, and the enduring spirit of the American worker.

You can learn more about and support Mark’s work at www.libertyjusticecenter.org


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June 27, 2024 @ 7:30pm

The Fight for Freedom in America and Israel

Professor Alan Dershowitz

Trump's Impeachment Attorney
Harvard Law Professor, Emeritus