Parents Are Rapidly Organizing Against Public School Indoctrination. ‘Moms For Liberty’ Is Zeroing In On School Boards

Founder of a group called Moms for Liberty says,  “We have a plan to turn this ship around.”

Moms for Liberty chapters are multiplying like wildfire and national press coverage of our organization is multiplying too.

This week The Daily Wire touted Moms for Liberty as “One of the fastest-growing and most robustly organized groups… which is focused on creating a nation-wide watch-dog network to monitor school boards.”

Moms For Liberty (which also welcomes dads and other stakeholders), was chartered about 5 months ago in Florida and has since grown to 20k members, with 44 chapters in 19 states, and hundreds of chapter applications currently in queue.


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