Writing in the Washington Examiner, Quin Hillyar discusses Southeastern Legal Foundation’s (SLF) lawsuit against District 65 in Evanston, Illinois and declares: “Just about everything wrong with critical race theory and the badly misnamed “anti-racism” movement is summarized in one lawsuit filed late last month against the public school system of Evanston, Illinois.”
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The Wilkow Majority: SLF General Counsel Kimberly Hermann Talks to Andrew Wilkow About Racial Discrimination in Schools
Kimberly Hermann, Southeastern Legal Foundation General Counsel, joined Andrew Wilkow to discuss the discrimination lawsuit in Evanston, IL around Critical Race Theory exercises to school.
Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) attorney Cece O'Leary publishes op-ed in Townhall.com discussing nearly unprecedented move by the the United States Supreme Court to allow the CDC to continue to ignore judicial rulings that the moratorium is illegal and...
Max Eden, writing for City Journal, calls the lastest lawsuit filed by Southeastern Legal Foundation’s (SLF) challenging discriminatory race-based practices “A Landmark Civil Rights Lawsuit.” SLF filed the lawsuit filed on behalf of a drama teacher seeking to stop the school district in Evanston, Illinois from treating its teachers and students differently because of the color of their skin.
Wall Street Journal: Federal Lawsuits Say Antiracism and Critical Race Theory in Schools Violate Constitution
Writing for the Wall Street Journal, Douglas Belkin and Jacob Gershman discuss the historic lawsuit filed by Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) on behalf of a teacher seeking to stop the school district in Evanston, Illinios from discriminating against its teachers and students because of the color of their skin.
Fox News Sam Dorman reports on the historic federal lawsuit filed by Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) to stop Evanston/Skokie School District 65 from discriminating against its teachers and students on the basis of race through illegal and unconstitutional teacher traiing, classroom curriculum, and overall policies and procedures.
Just The News: In strike against federal overreach, judge declares pandemic eviction moratorium unconstitutional
Just The News reports on SLF's win in Terkel v. CDC: "A federal judge has declared the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention temporary eviction moratorium unconstitutional, according to the Texas Public Policy Foundation.The moratorium prohibits property The...
Southeastern Legal Foundation Client Leisl Carpenter Pens NY Post Op-Ed: Why I’m suing to stop Biden’s blatantly anti-white farm aid bill
In a recent NY Post Op-Ed, SLF client Leisl Carpenter explains why she is suing to stop the Biden administrations discriminatory farm loan forgiveness program that excludes white farmers. "I’m a sixth-generation rancher and a proud female ranch owner. Biden’s law is...
PJ Media: Not Created Equal: Biden’s Racist Farm Loan Relief Reverses Course on Color-Blind Protections
Braden Boucek, Southeastern Legal Foundation’s (SLF) director of litigation, writes for PJ Media about SLF’s multi-lawsuit effort to stop President Biden’s discriminatory loan forgiveness program that excludes white farmers solely because of their skin color.
In an op-ed for PJ Media, SLF General Counsel Kimberly Hermann discusses a new rule proosed by the Biden Department of Education that will replace traditional teaching with critical race theory. Hermann explains: The Biden Department of Education has quietly proposed...
Heritage Foundation Discusses SLF’s Fight Againt TN Unconstitutional Online Auction Licensing Scheme
Heritage Foundation Senior Policy Analyst discusses SLF's lawsuit challenging Tennessee's unconstitutional online auction licensing scheme: In a win for free markets and consumer choice, U.S. District Court Judge Eli Richardson issued a preliminary injunction on July...