San Francisco Luncheon with Heather Mac Donald (SOLD OUT)

March 7, 2018
500 California Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

How Campus Victimology is Remaking the “Real World”

Featuring Q&A Session with PRI Senior Fellow Dr. Steven F. Hayward

The Pacific Research Institute invites you to a special noon luncheon with Heather Mac Donald, the Thomas W. Smith Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor to City Journal. Mac Donald will discuss the latest assaults on free speech both within the academy and outside of it. She will explain the causes of the growing censorship and suggest how to combat it.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Noon Luncheon

Omni San Francisco
500 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94104

Luncheon Ticket: $60
Sir Antony Fisher Freedom Society & YLC Members: $30

For more information, please contact Vickie Nelson, Director of Events, at
(415) 955-6110 or [email protected].

***SOLD OUT***

Registration is closed for this event.

Mac Donald, a recipient of the 2005 Bradley Prize, has written extensively on how race-based attacks on the criminal justice system by Black Lives Matter and other groups are undermining the authority of law and putting lives at risk. Her recent speeches at UCLA and Claremont McKenna College were disrupted by protesters.

Tell Your Friends


39969298465 b224cefa16 6k SeattleHomelessDavidLee

Read latest from Free Cities Center

Blame slow-growth policies for housing and homeless crises

By Wayne Winegarden and Steven Greenhut The roots of California’s housing problems aren’t hard to trace given the reams of house-price and population data going ...

Latest wild idea - a $50 minimum wage

Why Don’t Businesses Just Print Money?

Maybe it’s time to start thinking about requiring newly elected lawmakers to take an economics 101 class before they start their first session. It seems ...

Steve Hilton – Keynote Address: PRI Ideas in Action Conference

Our podcast guest this week is Steve Hilton, the keynote speaker at PRI’s 2024 Sacramento Ideas in Action Conference. Steve was a top advisor to ...
Scroll to Top