Keep Steve Bannon Out of Our Classrooms. Don’t Miss Tonight’s Event.

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Don’t Miss Tonight’s Event

Join us Monday, December 6 from 7-8:30 for The Right Wing Campaign to Invade our School Boards, an extraordinary panel of experts on dark money and education policy. We heard about the role that school board culture wars played in motivating GOP voters in the Virginia Governor’s race. Lee Zeldin is looking to do the same thing here in the New York Governor’s race.

Get the inside story and important context on the dark money that’s fueling the invasion of our school boards. Click here to register for the event.

The panel includes:

  • Rachel Cohen (Moderator) – Contributing writer for the Intercept and a freelance journalist.
  • Adam Laats – Professor of Education and History at SUNY Binghamton whose research focuses on conservative activism and culture conflicts in education.
  • Judd Legum – Founder and publisher of Popular Information, a newsletter that is an exemplary for its investigative reporting, particularly in the area of dark money.
  • Juontel White – Social Impact Strategist who supports and designs programs, policy and advocacy initiatives for racial equity.
  • Rebecca Johnson – Professor of Education Policy at Michigan State University whose research focuses on public opinion and education policy and the politics of charter schools.

Whether it presents as anti-vaccine, anti-mask, anti-CRT (Critical Race Theory), anti-DEI (Diversity, Equity & Inclusion), or anti-SEL (Social Emotional Learning), it is all part of the same attack, fueled by likes of the Mercers. Described as “grassroots,” groups such as “Moms for Liberty” and “Save Our Schools” are funded, well-organized operations, and they are here in Westchester.

Do you have a question to ask our panelists? Submit it here.

Join us for this unique opportunity to get an understanding of what’s truly motivating these efforts so that we can fight back effectively.

Register for the event here.


VOTER SUPPRESSION LAWS, ATTACKS ON ELECTIONS, AND THE FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY

“It has been the story of the year: attacks on election officials, surreptitious new laws stripping away voters rights, and fraudulent audits, mostly of last year’s political election.  What are the legal ways to fight back in court? by passing laws at the state and federal level? or by plain old organizing at the grassroots level?  Come here from the experts, featuring prominent election lawyer Marc Elias and a speech by Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson!”
Date: December 09, 2021
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30 PM
Register here 

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