Berkeley Free Speech Week is almost here, and Team MILO is excited to announce initial details!

MILO is teaming up with our campus sponsor, The Berkeley Patriots, to present Berkeley Free Speech Week from Sunday, September 24th, to Wednesday, September 27th.

MILO described Berkeley Free Speech Week by saying, “We want to bring together liberals, conservatives, and whatever libertarians aren’t too busy mining bitcoin, to celebrate free speech. In the not too distant past, that is what every day at American universities was about. Now free speech is shunned, and in some cases violently shut down. The free speech movement is being reborn at Berkeley, next month, by us.”

We will announce the full list of speakers soon. Here’s a hint — it will include every speaker banned by Berkeley in the last 12 months.

The themes for Berkeley Free Speech Week include:

  • Sunday, 9/24            Feminism Awareness Day
  • Monday, 9/25           Islam
  • Tuesday, 9/26          Silicon Valley
  • Wednesday, 9/27    The Higher Education Establishment

On Wednesday, MILO will present the first annual Mario Savio Award for Free Speech to the person who has most courageously fought for free expression in America.

If There is a speaker you’re dying to hear from on these topics, let us know by using #FreeSpeechWeek on social media. Keep an eye on MILO’s Facebook for details as we make them public. An event website will be available soon at

  • Monsieur de Comte Beaujangles

    This will be fun

  • James Lipton

    I can’t imagine the security fees on this mofo

  • Bryce Byerley

    looking forward to it.

  • Harold Smith

    I can only go Sunday and nights but I will be ready to protect free speech against domestic terrorists and fulfill my oath

  • Millie Spencer

    I’M GOING TO BE THERE EVERY DAY. We fought too hard for every day in my life I can remember, (born 1/26/1959) for Everyone to be Equal And Free. And By God If it takes A F’ing Gay English Guy to wake people up then so be it. Go MILO. I’ll be there with Flowers in My Hair. PEACE.

  • bookish1

    I don’t use social media, but I’d like to see Pamela Geller, Brigitte Gabriel, and Ayaan Hirsi Ali honored.

  • bookish1

    Watch your backs, all of you!
    Those Antifa and BLM thugs are vicious!

  • Rusty Esq

    In my honest opinion, this is the most important event in a very long time. Milo, you have hit the nail on the head. You forgot to mention government policy though. It’s the great enabler through the policy and funding.

    Why is this comment section almost empty, compared to other threads? I don’t think most people realise the breeding ground for the anti-free speech is universities.

    I’ve gathered a lot of data that would be powerful at this workshop. It’s a shame that I’m too far away to attend. I suspect I’ll regret missing this for the rest of my life.

    While I don’t share some of Milo’s views, I have great respect for his deep insight.

    Best of luck Milo. You’ve got backing from some brilliant minds. Jordan Peterson, Christina Hoff Sommers, pretty much anyone who has appeared on the Rubin Report.

    The kryptonite of political correctness.

  • Heywood Jablowme

    I think there will be free beer there too.

  • UnCut Report (UCR)

    Is Bannon going to be there?

  • Kevin Dill

    3 weeks! flipping stoked!