SLF In the News
SLF is at the cutting edge of legal challenges to divisive and discriminatory race-baed programming in our K-12 public schools. SLF General Counsel Kimberly Hermann and SLF Litigation Director Braden Boucek recently wrote a piece for The American Mind where the break down the legal battle to save our schools.
In a piece published by The Federalist, SLF Litigation Director Braden Boucek explains why President Biden’s farm loan forgiveness program is unconstitutional and how SLF’s lawsuit is set to bring it to an end.
John Solomon Reports: Kimberly Hermann joins John Solomon to discuss lawsuits against school districts
Kimberly Hermann, Southeastern Legal Foundation general counsel joins John Solomon on the John Solomon Reports podcast to discuss SLF’s lawsuits aimed at stopping divisive and discriminatory teacher training and curriculum in our country’s public schools.
In The Daily Signal, Sarah Parshall Perry discusses the latest lawsuit filed by teachers to stop schools from replacing traditional education with racial-programming and explains that “Public school employees Brooke Henderson and Jennifer Lumley have had it with the racially discriminatory training sessions taking place in their school district in Springfield, Missouri.
The United States Supreme Court effectively halts the CDC’s eviction moratorium nationwide, but it did not reach the larger question: Whether the federal government – the executive or legislative branch – has the constitutional authority to stop state court eviction proceedings in the first place.
Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) filed a federal lawsuit in the Western District of Missouri to stop Springfield Public Schools 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 because of their skin color.
In direct defiance of numerous federal courts that have declared unconstitutional the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) eviction moratorium order, the CDC today took the bold and illegal action of extending and expanding it.
Victory For Equality: Judge Denies Government Request to Delay Case Challenging Discriminatory Farm Loan Program
On August 2, 2021, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Tennessee denied the government’s request to halt Southeastern Legal Foundation ‘s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality President Biden’s recently enacted program of forgiving loans for farmers based on the color of their skin. The ruling sets up this case to be the first to issue a final ruling declaring the farm loan program unconstitutional.
The lawsuit filed this month against D65 deals directly with facts and actions. As the lawsuit moves forward, there will continue to be opportunities for millions of parents and students – regardless of skin color – to debate and speak out. Any effort to intimidate or otherwise harass those who have the courage to step forward to challenge these programs in court further reveals the ideological ambitions of those who enact and mandate unconstitutional programs designed to re-segregate our schools and, by extension, our republic.