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As a think tank of sapient conservative ideals and values, the SAPIENT Being helps support the missi

on and purpose of a functioning democracy, freedom of speech, and liberty for all. Without your generous donations to our mission and vison—this would not be possible. Our independent and educational 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization has three student focused and faculty oriented journalism, college textbooks, and free speech participation programs as listed below—and each is in need of operational funding for their success. Sapient Conservative Textbooks (SCT) Program is a relevant and current events textbooks program to help return conservative values, viewpoint diversity, and sapience to high school and college campuses—and enlighten them on the many blessings to humankind that are the direct result of Western European culture, American exceptionalism, and Judeo-Christian values. World Of Writing Warriors (WOWW) Program is an advocacy journalism program focusing on returning free speech, open dialogue, and civil discourse to high school and college campuses—where cancel culture has prohibited students with differences in opinion, ideologies, and alternative viewpoints—throughout campus journalism and media, from being published, heard, or seen on campus. Make Free Speech Again On Campus (MFSAOC) Program is an interactive opportunity and nexus for high school and college students to start SAPIENT Being campus clubs, chapters, and alliances where independent, liberal, and conservative minded students can meet, discuss, and debate important issues by utilizing the sapient principles of viewpoint diversity, freedom of speech, and intellectual humility. Our financial needs are minimal but our impact on open minds could be substantial. Any amount, no matter how small, is greatly appreciated. For more information about each SAPIENT Being program, or to make a tax deductible donation, please follow the links below.

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