We’re executing a blueprint to push back illiberalism. The blueprint has a two-fold aim: first, reveal the implications of far-left ideological takeover; and second, restore free speech and open inquiry as non-partisan values.
Truth is no longer the North Star of our universities.
However, addressing what goes on in university classrooms is not nearly enough. Students indoctrinated with intolerant ideologies are now teachers in primary education, human resource officers in organizations and corporations, and DEI consultants across the globe. Equally damaging is the woke infiltration of journalism, where the aims of objectivity and balance have been replaced by ideology and activism.
We’re going to fight back. We invite you to join us.
The mission of National Progress Alliance (NPA) is to promote free expression and civil discourse through grants, partnerships, and raising public awareness.
Dr. Peter Boghossian’s main focus is bringing the tools of professional philosophers to people in a wide variety of contexts. Peter has a teaching pedigree spanning more than 25 years and 30 thousand students – in prisons, hospitals, public and private schools, seminaries, universities, Fortune 100 companies, and small businesses. His fundamental objective is to teach people how to think through what often seem to be intractable problems.
Peter is a Founding Faculty member at the University of Austin, Texas, and a co-founder and advisor to the Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism (FAIR).
Peter’s publications can be found in The New York Times, Time Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Areo, The American Mind, The Clearing House, Corrections Today, CounterPunch, Education Policy Analysis, Educational Philosophy and Theory, Essays in Philosophy, Federal Probation Journal, Free Inquiry, Informal Logic, Inside Higher Ed, Journal of Correctional Education, Journal of Philosophy of Education, The Los Angeles Times, Motherboard, Quillette, New Discourses, National Review, New Statesman, Offender Programs Report, The Philosophers’ Magazine, Philosophy’s Future, The Radical Academy, Radical Pedagogy, Scientific American, Skeptic, Skeptical Inquirer, The Spectator, Teaching Philosophy, Truthout, USA Today, and elsewhere.