A recent article in the Charlotte Observer, New NC parent activist group wants to focus on real issues — not ‘manufactured’ ones, and as one parent said, “Our goal is not about being loud, but being reasonable and inclusive,” Robinson told The Charlotte Observer last week. “We join supporters of public education.”
From the article:
Robinson and a group of about 20 parents make up Mecklenburg County’s chapter of Public School Strong, a network launched in May with about 30 other teams across the state. Their charge is to be an ever-increasing presence at school board meetings, wearing matching blue shirts with big hearts.
Down Home North Carolina, a left-leaning advocacy organization focused on rural areas, equates the network to a counter for “Moms for Liberty and other grassroots groups trying to be the loudest voice in the room, pushing book bans and trying to erode our trust in public education.”
Read the entire article at: https://news.yahoo.com/nc-parent-activist-group-wants-100000967.html