Williamson County parent and advocate Revida Rahman has linked arms with a national campaign organizing parents against what they call “extremists trying to control what our families and kids believe, read and learn.”
The campaign, dubbed “Freedom to Parent 21st Century Kids,” launched Wednesday. It sits under national organization Red, Wine and Blue, which is geared toward suburban mothers who want to organize and push for change in their schools.
“We are not going to let the mantle of parents’ rights be hijacked by such an extreme minority,” Red, Wine and Blue founder Katie Paris said in a virtual news conference Wednesday.
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