A chance meeting in Lansing led to one Oxford parent joining a group looking to push back against extreme views being brought before school districts around the state.
Cara Erskine was in Lansing earlier this year to testify on new weapons laws being proposed in the wake of mass shootings in Oxford and at Michigan State University.
While she was waiting to speak, she met members of Red, Wine and Blue, a group geared toward suburban parents who want to organize and push for change in their schools, as well as push back against ultra-conservative activists that have become more prevalent in the past few years.
The group recently created a campaign dubbed “Freedom to Parent 21st Century Kids”.
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