About This Hub
Join the AF-DC Hub to learn and develop your skills in the nation’s capital area with a unique group of liberty-minded peers. We offer multiple opportunities to learn from established professionals, network with prominent leaders in the community, and expand your influence.
Are you interested in fun and unique networking events? Attend our Writers Happy Hour, annual AF Gala, and more!
Are you interested in expanding your skill set and learning from established professionals? Join our Writing Fellows Program, learn at our “Welcome to Washington” panel, and more!
Are you interested in volunteering and being a part of a team working for liberty? Volunteer for one of our events or join our leadership council!
We’re currently looking for a new AF-DC Hub Director! If interested, apply here!
AF-DC: Winter Fridays at AF! Free Co-working Day!
Finish up that to-do list and kickstart your weekend at the AF-DC Clubhouse with a free co-working day! On the last (this time first) Friday of each month, we open...
UNDIVIDE US Screening with AF-DC
Join America's Future DC for a screening of the documentary UNDIVIDE US. Stay after the movie for a Q&A with the film team. EVENT DETAILS This advanced screening will take...
AF-DC: Stand up for Free Speech
Even in 2024, our fundamental right to express (or not express!) ourselves is under attack. Join us for an exciting event where we explore the importance of freedom of speech and expression...
Franklin Sooho Lee is the DC Hub Coordinator for America's Future and the Senior Associate for the Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties team at R Street Institute. Previously, Franklin worked as a paralegal for Lutheran Social Services of New York. Franklin has published two books: "From Harvard to Homeless: Journeys of a Millennial Nomad" and an Amazon bestseller, "The Art of Napping: The Sleeping Samurai and the Dormant Dragon." Franklin graduated from Harvard College with an A.B. in East Asian Studies and Anthropology in 2015. He received his Master’s in Asian Studies from the Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service in 2017.