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Freedom is borderless. With host Vale Sloane, you’ll get to hear the latest from key innovators, educators, and people just like you who work every day to unleash entrepreneurship and eradicate poverty. Tune in every two weeks as Vale and diverse, global leaders discuss what it takes to unlock human ingenuity and revolutionize freedom across borders.

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Freedom is borderless. With host Vale Sloane, you’ll get to hear the latest from key innovators, educators, and people just like you who work every day to unleash entrepreneurship and eradicate poverty. Tune in every two weeks as Vale and diverse, global leaders discuss what it takes to unlock human ingenuity and revolutionize freedom across borders.

    Ep. 22: Kat Murti | Classical liberalism and feminism are compatible

    Ep. 22: Kat Murti | Classical liberalism and feminism are compatible

    On this week’s episode of Borderless, Vale Sloane is joined by Kat Murti. She is the co-founder of Feminists for Liberty, the co-leader of the Washington D.C. chapter of the Ladies of Liberty Alliance, and the communications consultant for the international organization, while also working for the Students for Sensible Drug Policy. Murti is a champion for classical liberal and feminist ideals, and she outlines the powerful impact that all of these organizations have made on improving the level of freedom for men and women in America.


    Kat describes herself as a Libertarian Feminist, and she provides an in depth definition of her beliefs while claiming that classical liberalism and feminism work hand in hand with each other. She explains that the Liberty Movement as a whole was started by women, and that the ideas of feminism are upheld by the structure of classical liberalism. Murti encourages supporters to get involved in these conversations and the movements as a whole because one of the primary goals of the Liberty Movement is to secure economic freedom for all. Tune into this week’s podcast to learn more from this captivating discussion and to understand more about Murti’s detailed and unique perspective.


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    • 37 min
    Ep. 21: Dr. Roberto Salinas-León | The future of liberty in Latin America

    Ep. 21: Dr. Roberto Salinas-León | The future of liberty in Latin America

    This week on Borderless, Vale Sloane is joined by Dr. Roberto Salinas-León, director of Atlas Network’s Center for Latin America. With the recent election of a socialist president in Chile and troubling developments in Mexico, threats to liberalism abound in Latin America. What do these sea changes really mean for human freedom? Will Chile's impressive gains against poverty and towards better lives for all be reversed? How is the Center for Latin America responding? That’s what Dr. Salinas joined Borderless to discuss, along with what attendees can look forward to at the upcoming Latin America Liberty Forum in Mexico City.

    As it turns out, there is hope for economic choice and individual liberty in Latin America, but only if we step up now. Atlas Network partner organizations across the region continue to make the case for why freedom leads to better lives. Latin America Liberty Forum 2022, taking place in Mexico City, Mexico on June 9-10 offers an ideal opportunity for freedom-oriented organizations to network, learn from each other, and build momentum for a resurgence of liberalism in their region.

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    • 19 min
    Ep. 20: Charles Mitchell | Commonwealth Foundation and a freer Pennsylvania

    Ep. 20: Charles Mitchell | Commonwealth Foundation and a freer Pennsylvania

    This week on Borderless, Charles Mitchell, president and CEO of Atlas Network's Pennsylvania-based partner Commonwealth Foundation, joins host Vale Sloane to discuss how his organization is both expanding educational choice and ensuring the integrity of the bounds on government power. In 2021, after Governor Tom Wolf continued to extend his COVID-19 emergency declarations and powers, Commonwealth Foundation supported a successful ballot initiative to limit the emergency powers of the Pennsylvania governor's office. Regardless of who holds the governor's office or what party they hail from, the state constitution now puts clear limits on their powers to declare and emergency situation.

    Commonwealth Foundation is also looking forward to expanding educational choice during the year ahead. They're working in conjunction with state lawmakers to advance a package of proposals to increase students' access to opportunity. Mitchell points out that with the skyrocketing application rate for already-implemented educational choice programs due to COVID-19, there is a clear and present demand for more options for students and parents, not to mention the local businesses who are excited to donate millions of dollars to those scholarship programs. Listen today to get the full story.

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    • 32 min
    Ep. 19: Kate Shapovalenko | A Ukrainian Perspective

    Ep. 19: Kate Shapovalenko | A Ukrainian Perspective

    This week on Borderless, Vale Sloane is joined by Kateryna Shapovalenko, project manager at EasyBusiness, an Atlas Network partner based in Kyiv, Ukraine. While Shapovalenko has relocated to the United States since the Kremlin’s invasion of her country, she and her organization continue to work for better government policies that will result in more economic choices and better lives for their fellow Ukrainians. It was in part because of EasyBusiness’s efforts that the Ukrainian government finally passed land reform legislation in 2021 that finally rid the country’s landowners of Soviet-era rules that prevented them from using their property as they saw fit.
    On episode 19 Kate Shapovalenko discusses how EasyBusiness has been continuing to work since the start of the invasion, the significance of the aid sent to Ukraine by other countries such as the United States, and what aid Ukraine still needs. Her unique position as a U.S.-based Ukrainian allows listeners a more informed perspective on the war, as well as a better idea of how they can get involved in defending human liberty and flourishing.
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    Ep. 18: Nataliya Melnyk | An on-the-ground perspective on Ukraine

    Ep. 18: Nataliya Melnyk | An on-the-ground perspective on Ukraine

    In this special live-premier episode of Borderless, Nataliya Melnyk, communications director at Bendukidze Free Market Center, a Kyiv, Ukraine-based Atlas Network partner, joins host Vale Sloane to discuss the ongoing invasion of her country by Vladimir Putin. Melnyk has chosen to remain inside Ukraine despite the Kremlin’s advance, offering her an up-close-and-personal view of the progression of the war and its effects on Ukraine and its people. She shares with Borderless viewers why it is still important to pay attention to this war and why it is still critical for countries that value human freedom to continue to send aid to Ukraine to support its self-defense.
    Melnyk’s organization, Bendukidze Free Market Center, has continued to advance liberty despite the invasion. Instead of folding under the weight of the crisis, they are rising to meet the challenge and seizing the opportunity to point out the flaws in past policy that can be corrected to enable a better future. Tune in to learn where they are focusing their efforts and how she and the center are using support from Atlas Network’s Ukraine Freedom Fund to build a better Ukraine for all.
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    Ep. 17: Deirdre McCloskey │ How ideas led to a better world

    Ep. 17: Deirdre McCloskey │ How ideas led to a better world

    Why did gross domestic product suddenly start to skyrocket just a few hundred years ago after centuries of only gradual, marginal improvements? Dr. Deirdre McCloskey, Distinguished Professor Emerita of Economics, History, English, and Communication at
    University of Illinois at Chicago, has written extensively on why it was not the accumulation of capital that caused what she has dubbed "The Great Enrichment"—and eventually enabled the Industrial Revolution—but rather the spread of the great ideas of liberty. On today's episode of Borderless, she joins Vale Sloane to discuss how ideas changed the world and allowed the standard of living to advance so dramatically for millions and billions of people.

    Dr. McCloskey prefers the term "innovism" to describe the source of this enrichment, rather than the more familiar "capitalism." Innovation, enabled by institutions such as the free market and free speech, was far more important to the economic transformation of the last few centuries than capital alone. Take a deep dive into what this means for our understanding of liberalism, history, and even the future on this episode of Borderless.

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    • 26 min

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