SLF In the News
The American Mind: Winning the CRT wars in the courtroom
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 write for The American Mind and break down the legal battle to save our schools.
The Federalist: The Biden Administration is still banning white farmers from federal aid
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, SLF 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.
The Daily Signal: Two employees sue Missouri school district over ‘equity’ training
In The Daily Signal, Sarah Parshall Perry discusses the latest lawsuit filed by Southeastern Legal Foundation on behalf of brave educators to stop schools from violating the First Amendment with mandatory anti-racist training.
The Pro America Report: Ed Martin interviews SLF’s Braden Boucek about anti-CRT lawsuits
Southeastern Legal Foundation Litigation Director Braden Boucek joined Ed Martin on Pro America Report to discuss SLF's latest lawsuit seeking to stop divisive and discriminatory actions by public schools across the country.
Real Clear Markets: Biden’s eviction moratorium reveals tragic disdain for the Constitution
Kimberly Hermann, Southeastern Legal Foundation general counsel, explains in Real Clear Markets how the CDC violated the Constitution when it imposed a nationwide eviction moratorium prohibiting state courts from eviction proceedings and imposing significant fines for private property owners seeking to evice non-paying tenants.
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.
Marc Cox Morning Show: SLF’s Braden Boucek joins The Marc Cox Morning Show to talk about unconstitutional “anti-racist” training
Braden Boucek, Southeastern Legal Foundation Litigation Director, joins The Marc Cox Morning Show to talk about the lawsuit SLF filed on behalf of two brave educators to hold Springfield Public Schools accountable and stop it from violating the First Amendment through so-called "anti-racist" training.
Just The News: Missouri teachers sue district for ‘oppression matrix’ antiracist training, compelled speech
Just The News reports on the federal lawsuit filed earlier this week by SLF on behalf of educators in Springfield, Missouri. In the lawsuit, Brooke Henderson and Jennifer Lumley allege that Springfield Public Schools requires them to undergo "equity training" that includes discussing their place on an "oppression matrix" and advocating for "changes in political, economic, and social life."
Fox News: Missouri school district employees sue over allegedly unconstitutional ‘equity’ training
Sam Dorman with Fox News covers SLF's latest lawsuit brought on behalf of a brave teacher seeking to end racial segregation in Evanston, Illinois school district and alleging that the school has created a hostile learning environment in violation of the Constitution and Civil Rights laws.
Watch: SLF’s Braden Boucek discusses the legal fight to stop CRT in schools with Dr. Carol Swain
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.
Just the News: Judge denies Biden admin’s request to stop lawsuit against race-based loan forgiveness program
Just the News reports on federal judge's denial of the Biden administration's request to halt lawsuit filed by Southeastern Legal Foundation and Mountain States Legal Foundation challenging the USDA's racially discriminatory loan forgiveness prorgram that excludes white farmers and ranchers becuase of the color of their skin.