On Friday, April 1, 2022, RNLA hosted its annual National Policy Conference in Arlington, Virginia. The morning sessions featured a panel on parental rights entitled, "The Collision Between Parental Rights and the Education Establishment: Recent Litigation, Title IX Regulations, and the Legal Authority of School Boards."
The panel featured Parents Defending Education's Kimberly Richey, Southeastern Legal Foundation's Braden Boucek, and Chart Consulting's Natasha Chart.
Richey and Boucek discussed ongoing litigation relating to parental rights as well as how the "changing" definitions of things like biological sex are taking the United States backward when it comes to our civil liberties.
As @BradenBoucek explains, it is extremely important for us to define terms when we discuss parental rights issues. The left’s changing definitions of basic terms have taken America backwards when it comes to our civil liberties.— RNLA ⚖️ (@TheRepLawyer) April 1, 2022
Chart, a liberal who identifies as bisexual, explained how the attack on parental rights regarding gender and sex issues is not a partisan issue. In fact, the direction the Biden Administration and the broader Left is taking on these issues breaking down, rather than building up, the rights of parents and women.
Parents and non-parents alike should be on guard. The Biden Administration is making major changes to its policies in nearly every agency to change the definition of “sex” to include gender identity. This will great ramifications for policies like Title IX. #RNLAnpc— RNLA ⚖️ (@TheRepLawyer) April 1, 2022
The panel in its entirety can be viewed on C-SPAN.