Moms for Liberty Offer Bounty Against Teachers Using Critical Race Theory

In Summary

In addition to going after schools teaching about race and discrimination, Moms of Liberty has rejected curriculums about LGBTQ rights and even more recently classroom mask mandates. 

The New Hampshire chapter of Moms for Liberty said it would pay $500 to the first person to successfully catch a teacher breaking the state’s law banning critical race theory, according to Yahoo.  

“Students, parents, teachers, school staff… We want to know! We will pledge anonymity if you want,” the group tweeted last week.  

Earlier this year, New Hampshire’s Republican-led legislature passed the bill which banned educators from teaching student’s particular teachings on race, racism, gender and sexism, which include:  

  • A group is inherently superior or inferior to people of another identified group 
  • A group is inherently racist, sexist, or oppressive, whether consciously or unconsciously 
  • A group should be discriminated against or receive adverse treatment 
  • A group should not treat members of other identified groups equally 

New Hampshire created a website for people to file complaints against teachers accused of discrimination.  

RELATED: Oklahoma Faces Lawsuit for ‘Unconstitutional’ Critical Race Theory Ban

Moms of Liberty is a nonprofit organization geared toward defending “parental rights at all levels of government,” according to its website.  

In addition to going after schools teaching about race and discrimination, Moms of Liberty has rejected curriculums about LGBTQ rights and even more recently classroom mask mandates, according to Washington Post.  

New Hampshire joined a handful of states that passed laws banning critical race theory.  

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