Popular conservative editor, author and international speaker Will Witt is headed to Alaska next month to headline the Alaska Family Council’s spring fundraising galas.
Editor in chief of The Florida Standard, Witt is also an internationally recognized digital influencer and best-selling author who got his start in the media world with short online videos that received over 700 million views on the popular PragerU website. Witt made a name for himself by walking onto college campuses with a microphone and asking students to share their thoughts on hot-button cultural and political issues.
He is known for a unique brand of political comedy, cultural insight, and production of short documentaries. He will speak in Fairbanks on May 11 and then travel to Anchorage for second fundraising dinner at Cornerstone Church on May 13.
Witt has appeared on Fox News, The New York Times, Newsmax, Daily Wire, One America News Network, The Blaze, and many other media outlets. He has also given over a hundred speeches and has reached millions of people with his talks on political and cultural issues, which emphasize how freedom-loving Americans can save their country.
The theme of the Alaska talk events will address the need for clarity in a culture where bedrock foundations are being destroyed. They will also include a clarion call to rebuild roots and transform the culture in Alaska.
The events run from 6:30-8:30 p.m., both nights, with a private reception for sponsors beginning at 5 p.m. Tickets are $150 and can be purchased HERE.
Alaska Family Council is a non-profit organization that seeks to advance pro-life, pro-family and pro-religious liberty legislation, policy and culture in Alaska.