Virginians are being attacked by a radical leftist ideology, and we invite you to join us to hear how this is impacting public education in your state—from Critical Race Theory to Reproductive Education in the classroom—and to learn what you can do about it.
Rob Chambers, AFA’s Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs, invites you to an AFA Virginia Virtual Town Hall to hear leaders discuss these issues and what Virginians can do to reverse this trend.
The virtual, online meeting will be held on October 14th at 6:30 PM. We intend on having a Q&A session at the end.
You can expect to hear from:
E.W. Jackson, fellow Virginian and founder of STAND ministry and AFR radio host of The Awakening on American Family Radio,
Meeke Addison, co-host of Airing the Addisons on American Family Radio, and
Patti Menders, Virginia State Strategist who is active in Loudoun County and the state fighting Critical Race Theory and other leftist ideologies.
Radical politicians aren’t just keeping their leftist ideologies a secrete anymore. Just recently, Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe said, “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.” Contrary to what McAuliffe said, public education is driven by a local, bottom-up approach to government, not top down. Parents and citizens have every right to be involved in the governance and selection of education curriculum for children.
According to American Family News, “Presumably [McAuliffe] includes in his comment sex education curriculum which often is graphic and promotes promiscuity and abortion.” The same report indicated “that current Governor Ralph Northam (D) established a web page instructing youngsters how to obtain abortions and circumvent parental notification.”
Parents and concerned citizens in Virginia, we hope you join us and be encouraged at this virtual town hall. If you're not already engaged, you'll learn how to. Hope to see you soon.