In 2021 parents are finally taken action against woke school boards all across our nation and they are not playing around and they will not be stopped. One organization, ‘Moms for Liberty’ is leading the way, forming chapters all over the country.
Whether it is sex education for first graders or the critical race theory (CRT) which is destructive to the country, the parents are challenging the school boards for their kids.
Moms For Liberty (which also welcomes dads and other stakeholders), was chartered about 5 months ago in Florida. It has grown in that short time to 20,000 people forming 44 chapters in 19 different states.
They still have hundreds of chapter applications in queue that they need to check out and approve. By the time they complete that backlog, they will have another one.
Co-founder and former school board member, Tina Descovich, says that Moms For Liberty stands for “liberty and parental rights in education. although they are fighting mainly against CRT, they are also fighting any policy they deem unfit for their children.
In today’s schools, that can cover a lot of ground. Schools are no longer about education. It’s about social justice and getting teachers as much money as humanly possible.
Moms For Liberty also organizes parents and community members to come together to discuss school policies and to encourage them to attend school board meetings and speak up against bad policy. One other thing they need to do is to put together a program explaining the various ways you can oust school board members or in extreme cases, entire school boards. This country cannot afford to allow some radical liberals to destroy our children’s education.
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Unlike other similar organizations, many of which have sprung up to specifically combat political indoctrination in schools, Moms For Liberty is focused on cultivating empowered, liberty-minded citizens who share a broader commitment to the principles of the American founding.
One way they accomplish this is by promoting events called “Madison Meetups,” which involve encouraging community members to meet in living rooms across America to discuss America’s founding documents.
Because both co-founders, Tina Descovich and Tiffany Justice, are former school board members, they say the group has an advantage in understanding the way school boards work, and how parents can best hold them accountable.