MONDAY: School Boards and the Rise of Extremism Virtual Panel

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School boards play a critical role in shaping our education system. Unfortunately, in recent years, we have seen extremism infiltrate school board meetings, policies, and elections, and our most vulnerable children have become the targets of harmful culture wars.

Join Promote the Vote and Turn PA Blue for a discussion about the current school board situation in PA and how you can take action.

WHAT: School Boards and the Rise of Extremism
Special guest speakers include Susan Spicka, Executive Director of Education Voters of PA, and Alex Domingos, Senior Organizer of the Campaign for Smart Justice with the ACLU. The panel will be moderated by Deb Ciamacca, Executive Director of Promote the Vote.
WHEN: Monday, January 30, 7 – 8PM Eastern
WHERE: Virtually on Zoom

Can’t make it? Help us fight right-wing extremism and defend our public schools. Donate to Promote the Vote PA today.

See you there!

— Promote the Vote PA

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