Only via the voices and actions of thousands of Rhode Islanders can we preserve parental rights and protect our freedoms from those who seek to control our lives. Become involved with one of our coalition partners by clicking the link below … or scroll down to see action steps you can take today.
Under the deficient leadership of its commissioner, Angelica Infante-Green, the Rhode Island Department of Education deserves an “F” for failing to implement successful educational reforms while student achievement continues to plummet across the state. Infante-Green’s tenure coincides with passage and enactment of a controversial bill (S0863) that took away local school district control and granted RIDE with the authority to develop and mandate curricula standards in core subjects for all school districts in the Ocean State.
Attention Parents! Your Voice Matters! Are you concerned about transparency and accountability within our school district? We urge all parents to fill out the following form letter and send it to our school district administration. By doing so, you are requesting important documents under the Rhode Island Access Public Records Act (APRA) that pertain to the organizations Ad Fontes Media and Media Literacy Now. Here’s your chance to take action!
On March 15, 2024 at 9:00 AM RIDOH there will be a public Hearing for School Masking Regulations. The Rhode Island Department of Health is proposing to adopt Masking in School (216-RICR-30-05-4) for the purpose of publicly setting forth the rationale for a masking requirement in the event a future masking requirement is promulgated by the Rhode Island Department of Health for students in grades Kindergarten through twelve in Rhode Island. The public is invited to submit testimony by sending an email to email@example.com until March 20.
Make your voice heard and advocate for the liberties you believe in! Get in touch with Rhode Island legislators to help move freedom forward. Check out this list of contact information including both email and phone numbers for legislators in the General Assembly – it’s time to take action now! CLICK THE BUTTON BELOW for the list!
Get the education records of your children under the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)! Rhode Island parents have the right to know about all of the educational records their child. Click the button now below, complete the letter, and submit it today.
It is time for you to demand that Governor Mckee immediately orders the dismantling of the existing toll gantries. Call on the Governor, the Speaker of the House, and the Senate President to publicly proclaim that they will support no form of new toll and that the gantries will be torn down and will never be used for any other ‘big brother’ purpose. CLICK THE BUTTON BELOW to be taken to an easy to use online tool to send a powerful message to the Governor and other key political figures now!
The Flanders Legal Center for Freedom and the Stephen Hopkins Center for Civil Rights are partnering to provide free and reduced cost legal representation to Rhode Islanders whose constitutional rights are violated by government. We welcome all inquiries, but due to the large number of inquiries submitted, we are not always able to respond to each one.
PARENTAL WARNING! Are you a parent who wants to know what’s going on in your child’s school? Social Emotional Learning (SEL) categorizes every student as “at-risk” of needing behavioral intervention. Watch the groundbreaking interview with Rhonda Thomas, the Founder of Truth In Education, and then…click on the button below to see the new opt-out guide to learn how to protect your child from the dangers of SEL now.
The left wants to re-write federal regulations to require public schools (K-12 and college) to affirm a child’s gender identity without the approval of his or her parents. If you believe that parents, not school officials, have the right to teach their children about issues of sex and gender identity … click the link below to fill out the form and send your official comment to the US Department of Education.
VICTORY! Thank you for helping us pass Senate Bill 2219 and House Bill 8230 into law, which now expands the definition of “Sexual Assault” to include the acts of any person in a “position of authority” over children under the age of eighteen (18) to include any form of “sexual contact’. Your voices do matter!
We are calling on our state lawmakers to reconsider a version of House Bill 6070 which was heard in committee in March, but then tabled. In passing legislation that would effectively prohibit the teaching of divisive race- or gender-based guilt concepts at the state and local level, our elected officials would spare us from countless hours of public acrimony at future school committee meetings in town after town across Rhode Island
Free and fair elections are under assault in our state. We must unite behind a common-sense election process that everyone will have faith in It is vital to restore trust among all of the people of Rhode Island when it comes to the integrity of our elections. It should be the goal to make it easy to vote, but hard to cheat.
From unjustified school and bus mask mandates, vaccination passports, political mailers to young students, inappropriate sex-education materials, radical gender and social equity concepts and, now, to the divisive poison of inculcating our kids with critical race theory principles … parental rights are under assault. Public schools are being transformed into a political tool of the far-left and other special interest groups.