February 14, 2023


Happy Valentine’s Day!


Education Power for Parents:

A State Legislation Tracker


Parents of schoolchildren around the U.S. are demanding accountability and transparency from their local school systems, rejecting the racial discrimination of critical race theory (CRT), and looking for a Parents’ Bill of Rights. Check out the map to see how legislation is progressing across the U.S. and select your state in the menu underneath to see details of state-level legislation. Click HERE to see the website.


It is time to WAKE UP the masses! This is a great way for you to spread the news to America! Watch, Listen AND SHARE! Tiffany has been hosting the most amazing guests on the Joyful Warrior Podcast. It's super easy to share to your social media pages, community pages, and emails. You can share links from Youtube or your favorite podcast provider.

Learning To Be Loud, Our Children Depend On It, with Jennifer Sey and Daniel Kotzin

Learning To Be Loud, Our Children Depend On It

Guest: Jennifer Sey and Daniel Kotzin

On this episode of the Joyful Warriors Podcast, we're interviewing husband and wife team Jennifer Sey, children's advocate and author of Levi's Unbuttoned, and Daniel Kotzin, stay-at-home dad and human rights activist. We discuss Jennifer’s story about cancel culture and how Levi’s removed her from being brand president due to her stance against the school closings We also delve into her and Daniel's struggle with the California lockdowns. Then we move into why it's important that conservatives learn to be loud and call for change, and both Jennifer and Daniel share their advice (from intense personal experience) on how to do it. It's crucial we learn to be loud, because our children's future depends on it.


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Training Custom Tailored for YOU!


Fri, Feb. 24, 2023

8 p.m. - 9 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Eastern

Do you have more than 10 districts in your county? Join other Chapter leaders in the same situation for this working group. Having so many school boards and Superintendents to keep track of is a challenge. Bring your suggestions, concerns, and questions. Together we'll talk through logistical and organizational challenges.

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This 3 part series is for Chapter Leaders only and will NOT be recorded.

In this series, Southeastern Legal Foundation attorneys will provide you with the legal knowledge and tools to reclaim your child's school.

Featuring: Kim Hermann and Cece O'Leary

Session 1: February 27 @ 8 pm EST

CRT & Anti-Discrimination

Session 2: March 13 @ 8 pm EST

First Amendment

Session 3: March 27 @ 8 pm EST

Privacy and Transparency Laws

Register Here

National Chapter Meeting

Thurs, Feb. 16, 2023

7:30 p.m.

Join us every third Thursday for our National Chapter Meeting. Chapter Chairs and Executive Board members are invited and urged to attend. This month we plan to discuss the following topics:

  • Chapter sustainability

  • Ideas for growth

  • Mission Moment: "Success, Even IF...”

  • Leadership Transition

We will be sharing all the new resources, goodies, and updates, including Jade’s Tech Time, which is always “Must See TV”.

Don’t Miss It!

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Thank You for Building the Movement


Many hands make light work.

In our case, many Joyful Warriors make a fierce force!

We are so thankful that so many of you are helping to grow this movement by encouraging citizens in other counties to start Chapters.

Here at Moms for Liberty, we believe in saying THANK YOU!


New Merch Alert


National Summit


Moms for Liberty - Rocking the Cradle of Liberty

Early Bird Registration is now officially open for Summit 23!

We are excited to be meeting up with you at the very place LIBERTY was born

June 29 - July 2, 2023

3 days full of getting informed, educated and empowered!

REGISTER HERE: https://www.momsforliberty.org/summit23/

***SPACE IS LIMITED*** Summit '22 was a SOLD OUT EVENT

*Early Bird Price for Summit is good until March 1st.


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