Action Alert Regarding the 02/07 Press Conference Hosted by Assemblywoman Davies

Voice Your Support for the “Parents Bill of Rights”

Dear parents, community members and concerned citizens,

On next Monday, February 7, 2022 at 10am, California Assemblywoman Laurie Davies (newly formed AD74, previously AD73) will host a press conference to introduce a timely and important legislative proposal coined as the “Parents Bill of Rights.” Please attend the event to show your support of a policy that will promote the rights of parents and the community on one hand, and significantly increase the accountability of school officials, on the other hand. CFER executives including Frank Xu (President) and Saga Conroy (Secretary) will attend this event in support of Asm. Davies’ proposal.

CFER has had the honor to participate and contribute in the bill drafting process. To restore power to parents as the primary stakeholders of their children’s education, this much-needed new bill will tilt the balance back towards both parents and members of communities whose taxes fund local schools. More public accountability will emerge through a process of public hearings when schools and school districts consider new curricula and programs. New restricts on problematic practices of thought experiment, indoctrination and race-based disparate treatment will be put in place so that parents are proactively engaged in prior consultation in important education matters.

To show your support for the bill, you can:

  1. Attend the press conference at 10am on Monday, February 7th at 31473 Rancho Viejo Rd Suite #104 San Juan Capistrano, CA.
  2. Send your supportive comments to Assemblywoman Davies here, if you reside in AD 74.

Please act now to advance the rights of parents to safeguard their children’s education and future!

(See below the official flyer of the press conference from Assemblywoman Davies’s office).

Contact:

Wenyuan Wu

wenyuan.wu@cferfoundation.org

(786) 393-8028

About Californians for Equal Rights Foundation (CFER): We are a non-partisan and non-profit organization established following the defeat of Proposition 16 in 2020, with a mission to defend and raise public awareness on the cause of equal rights through public education, civic engagement and community outreach. In 1996, California became the first U.S. state to amend its constitution by passing Proposition 209 to ban racial discrimination and preferences. Prop. 209 requires that “the state shall not discriminate against, or grant preferential treatment to, any individual or group on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin in the operation of public employment, public education, or public contracting.” CFER is dedicated to educating the public on this important constitutional principle of equal treatment. www.Cferfoundation.org.  

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