FreeSpeak is a podcast brought to you by the Center for Free Enterprise at the University of Louisville College of Business. In each episode, we’ll talk about the role of free enterprise and principled entrepreneurship in improving the well-being of society. We’ll speak with people making the news and making lives better, including business owners, entrepreneurs, authors, and economists.
Current Episode: OJ Oleka
In this episode of FreeSpeak, Steve Gohmann talks with OJ Oleka, co-founder of AntiRacism Kentucky, an organization working to develop a bipartisan policy to eliminate institutional racism within state and local government.
OJ and ARKY co-founder Terrance Sullivan were guests for the October Menard Family Lecture Series event, The Economic Impact of Racism.Listen Now
Listen to all our episodes on the official FreeSpeak SoundCloud page.
The COVID-19 Episodes
During the COVID-19 crisis, FreeSpeak episodes will focus on topics related to the economics of the pandemic and will feature a discussion led by Center director Dr. Stephen Gohmann.Listen to the entire series here.
Matt Ridley: Innovation and Freedom
OJ Oleka & Terrance Sullivan:
The Economic Impact of Racism
Menard Family Lecture Series: They Say it Can’t Be Done (Documentary)
Clifton Taulbert: The Comprehensive Impact of an Entrepreneurial Journey
James Otteson: Honorable Business. A Framework For Business in a Just and Humane Society
Bob Lawson & Ben Powell: Two Economists Drink Their Way Through the Unfree World
Rob Kapilow: All You Have to do is Listen
Magatte Wade: The Moral Impact of Entrepreneurship
Archived Media/Past Events