Family Research Council


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    ProLifeCon 2018

    January 19, 2018
    On January 19, 2018, pro-life digital activists will gather at Family Research Council headquarters for the Pro-LifeCon Digital Action Summit, the premier conference for the digital pro-life ... (more)
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    Religious Freedom Day

    January 16, 2018
    Join FRC and Tony Perkins on Religious Freedom Day (January 16) for a special edition of Washington Watch as we discuss the important role religious liberty plays in effecting positive social change ... (more)
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We are looking forward to hosting you here for one of our speaker series events. In order for you to have the best experience possible, here are a few things you should know as you prepare to join us.

  1. Registration is required - fill out the form under "Register for this event" on the individual events page, and mark "In person" for the type of attendance.
  2. We require a photo ID for admittance.
  3. All packages and bags are subject to search upon entry to the building.
  4. We welcome an open and reasoned discussion of the social and policy topics we cover. However, your registration for our events is an agreement to conduct yourself with respect and courtesy toward our speakers and fellow attendees. FRC reserves the right to deny admission or remove from the premises anyone who conducts himself or herself in a manner which is disruptive, disrespectful, or dangerous.

By attending this event, you agree that the Family Research Council assumes no liability for injury, damage, or loss which may be related in any way to implementation of this policy. Anyone who is removed may be subject to arrest or detention by authorities for violation of this policy or the codes of the jurisdiction of the event. This policy is not designed to censor or limit free speech, but to ensure a safe environment where ideas can be freely exchanged.

Questions? Call 1-800-225-4008 and ask for the Speaker Series Coordinator.