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Public schools should be places for education, not racist indoctrination.

That's why we're here.

Join Us in Putting an End to Racism and Social-Justice Indoctrination in Our Public Schools


The unequal treatment of young white students based upon their race is a serious problem in many U.S. public schools. The only purpose it serves is to undermine the dignity and value of our precious children while punishing them for sins they didn’t commit and for a democratic infrastructure and way of life they had no part in building.

As the social justice movement continues to poison the country’s morals and ideals, large swaths of America’s educational sector now reflect the racist fundamentals of this movement, which labels white people as oppressors and people of color as victims.

FACT: Social justice as it is commonly practiced and taught is
harmful to the mental health and well-being of our children!

We seek actual justice for all people, not just the chosen few. All races, all people, all children. Stand with us to stomp out the plague of misguided racial hatred and give our children the same opportunity we had when we were growing up: the opportunity to advance and progress in life as far as our hard-earned abilities and self-determination would take us.

We’re working to make schools safe for our children once again.
Our Mission is to:

Encourage parents to visit their children’s schools and find out what is being taught


Provide resources and support to parents whose children attend schools that push social-justice indoctrination over standard education


Offer an online community where conversations can be started and experiences can be shared


Demand that the U.S. Department of Justice, the federal Office for Civil Rights and our lawmakers work together to pass laws that prohibit the teaching of social-justice ideology and anti-white-racist propaganda in America’s public schools

Racial Discrimination Is Supposedly a Violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

The U.S. Department of Education’s Title 34, Part 100 of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 reads in part:

“No person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program to which this part applies.”

As you explore, keep in mind another group of rights, ones that every child is entitled to:

A Child's Bill of Rights

I HAVE THE RIGHT to attend a school where all students are treated equally and respected by their teachers


I HAVE THE RIGHT not to be identified or categorized by my race by my school, I am a child


I HAVE THE RIGHT to be judged based on my character, not the color of my skin


I HAVE THE RIGHT to demand that my school nurtures me to grow and develop to my fullest potential


I HAVE THE RIGHT to learn the truth about history and not have the teaching of history used as a tool for ideologic manipulation (critical race theory)


I HAVE THE RIGHT to attend a school where resources are never withheld from me because of my race. (Equity is unfair.)


I HAVE THE RIGHT to be treated fairly and spoken to with language that never dehumanizes or attempts to shame me (white privilege)


I HAVE THE RIGHT never to be judged by the mistakes of my ancestors or others in my race


I HAVE THE RIGHT to grow in an educational setting in which my positive attributes are valued and acknowledged


I HAVE THE RIGHT to expect my school to educate me, not to indoctrinate me into the politics or ideologies of my teachers