SLF joins American Sunrise to discuss SLF’s latest lawsuit to preserve governmental integrity by exposing Joe Biden’s use of pseudonym email addresses to allegedly forward government information to his son, Hunter Biden, and others.
SLF’s Kimberly Hermann joins Fox & Friends First to discuss federal and state privacy law violations occurring as a result of America’s public schools asking students about their political beliefs, sexual behavior, mental health, and family relationships without parental consent.
Braden Boucek, Southeastern Legal Foundation’s Litigation Director, joins Campus Reform’s Alexa Schwerha and Speech First’s Cherise Trump and explained why SLF opposes the Biden administration’s proposed changes to Title IX of the Civil Rights Act.
SLF’s Kimberly Hermann joins America’s Newsroom and explains why SLF requested that the Missouri Attorney General launch an investigation into federal and state privacy law violations resulting from illegal school surveys given without parental consent.
SLF’s Cece O’Leary joins Heritage Foundation panel to discuss students’ First Amendment rights on campus and how to push back against censorship.
SLF’s Kimberly Hermann appears on Just the News Not Noise and talks with John Solomon and Amanda Head about Title IX, George Soros, and the First Amendment.
Watch: SLF’s Braden Boucek speaks at Republican National Lawyers Association National Policy Conference
Braden Boucek, Litigation Director at Southeastern Legal Foundation, spoke to the Republican National Lawyers Association National Policy Conference about the fight to reclaim civil liberties and rid America’s schools of discrimination once and for all.
In a recent interview with Campus Reform, SLF Attorney and 1A Project Director Cece O'Leary breaks down affirmative action on college campuses. She explains how race-based admissions policies, currently being challenged before the Supreme Court, violate the...
Nashville Fox 17's Dennis Ferrier covers Southeastern Legal Foundation's continued fight on behalf of its clients against Nashville's unconstitutional sidewalk law that holds building permits hostage unless and until private property owners build sidewalks to nowhere...
Watch: Springfield Public Schools district leaders, lawyer react to recent lawsuit over equity training
Missouri’s KY3 News covers federal lawsuit filed by Southeastern Legal Foundation on behalf of educators seeking to stop Missouri’s largest public school district from violating the First Amendment and requiring as a condition of employment that its educators commit to equity, become anti-racist educators, and affirm divisive and discriminatory programming that promotes treating individuals differently based on skin color.
SLF’s Braden Boucek joins Carol Swain on her Be The People podcast to discuss critical race theory and SLF’s legal efforts to stop America’s schools from implementing race based programming that discriminates on the basis of race.