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Does black children’s education matter? Absolutely!

Join us as we kick off another year of Education Plandemic Town Hall Meetings throughout Chicago, empowering parents with the tools and resources they need to protect their children's future.

Only 11% of black students were able to read at their grade level, this is unconscionable! Parents, it is time to reimagine education as we move beyond the oppressive system that seems more interested in teaching masturbation, gender ideology, and encouraging mutilation of their bodies by denying their God-given biological makeup.

Booker T. Washington, Fredrick Douglas, Carter G. Woodson, and Dr. King, to name a few, envisioned our children going to school to learn essential skills, such as reading, writing, and arithmetic, which are necessary for economic freedom, exercising citizenship, and acquiring vocational, trade skills, entrepreneurship, and pursuing a career.

Let's take the leap of faith and homeschool, and let's revive community- or localized schools that focus on modern methods such as Kitchen Table Schools, Co-ops, Pods, and Micro-schools.

Sunday, April 23, 2023, from 2 to 4 PM, at the Woodson Regional Library, located at 9525 S. Halsted Street.

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Are you curious about what happens on the Federal level regarding parental rights?

Parental rights should be a bipartisan issue. So why do our elected officials oppose the rights of parents, who are predominantly Democrats? Ask your Democratic official to give you the reason why they don't support your rights as a parent.

We need everyone, all 50 states, to urge their Representatives from the House and Senate to call Annie Clark in Rep. Debbie Lesko's office to sign on as cosponsors of H.J.Res.38, the Parental Rights Amendment, and to cosponsor H.R. 5, the Parents Bill of Rights Act.

If you're in Illinois, please contact Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth.

Please check out our new Knowb4uVote page for policy updates.


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