SLF In the News
Washington Examiner: Chicago-Area Lawsuit Blows Up Media Defenses of Critical Race Theory
The Wilkow Majority: SLF General Counsel Kimberly Hermann Talks to Andrew Wilkow About Racial Discrimination in Schools
Townhall: SCOTUS Says Violating the Constitution is Fine if Temporary
City Journal: A Landmark Civil Rights Lawsuit
Wall Street Journal: Federal Lawsuits Say Antiracism and Critical Race Theory in Schools Violate Constitution
Fox News: Illinois Teacher Sues School District, Claims ‘Equity’ Push Violates US Constitution
Just The News: In strike against federal overreach, judge declares pandemic eviction moratorium unconstitutional
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
PJ Media: Not Created Equal: Biden’s Racist Farm Loan Relief Reverses Course on Color-Blind Protections
PJ Media Op-Ed: The End of Basic Education: Biden Issues Public School Critical Race Theory Order
Heritage Foundation Discusses SLF’s Fight Againt TN Unconstitutional Online Auction Licensing Scheme
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.
Federal judge enters nationwide injunction halting farm loan forgiveness program that excludes farmers because of their skin color
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Tennessee declared unconstitutional President Biden’s recently enacted program of forgiving loans for farmers based on the color of their skin. The Court also entered a nationwide injunction, halting the program throughout the country.
Federal constitutional lawsuit filed against school district for mandating segregation and racial division
Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) filed an historic federal lawsuit in the Northern District of Illinois to stop Evanston/Skokie School District 65 from discriminating against its teachers and students on the basis of race through illegal and unconstitutional teacher training, classroom curriculum, and overall policies and procedures.
Southeastern Legal Foundation Files Second Lawsuit Against USDA’s Blatant Exclusion of White Farmers
Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) and Mountain States Legal Foundation (MSLF) filed a second lawsuit in federal court challenging unconstitutional race discrimination in the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s farmer and rancher loan forgiveness program.