Moms for Liberty (MomsForLiberty.org) is a national organization with local chapters in many states across the country. It's dedicated to standing up for parents rights at all levels of government. Moms for Liberty is among the leaders in parent organizations fighting Critical Race Theory and similarly-inspired curriculum now indoctrinating children from K through 12.
These reports are the based on the research performed by more than dozen members of the Williamson Country, Tennessee Chapter of Moms for Liberty. Here are mini-profiles of the three fearless patriots who spoke on behalf of the Moms for Liberty team.
Mother of three. Former U.S. Air Force B-1 pilot with more than a 1,000 combat hours over Afghanistan. 11 years service in the USAF. A native Texan, she earned her degree in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. She left the Air Force in 2013 to become full-time mom. She founded the Williamson County, Tennessee chapter of Moms for Liberty in April 2021. She leads the group, which now has 2,700 followers, in the fight against Critical Race Theory and similarly inspired curriculum being taught in her county and her state.
Mother of one. Former Chemistry instructor. Los Angeles native. Lori is a graduate of University of California at Berkeley. She withdrew her second grade daughter from public school in Tennessee when she discovered what was being taught in the Wit and Wisdom curriculum. Lori is Vice Chair of the Moms for Liberty chapter in Williamson County. She is a first-generation American. Her parents and grandparents emigrated from the Philippines to the U.S. in the 1970s. They have been proud Americans ever since and forever grateful that U.S. forces liberated the Philippines from the brutal Japanese occupation during WWII.
Mother of one. Bi-lingual Teacher. She has 20 years teaching in both public and private schools. As a bi-lingual teacher in the Chicago public schools, nearly all of her students were from Mexico. She taught them everything from math to English. In the Los Angeles public schools, she taught high school Spanish. Later she taught K-8 at a Catholic school in Los Angeles. One of the reasons she moved from California to Tennessee was to escape the “woke” culture infecting the schools. But she found the same ideology at work in Tennessee. Dedicated to teaching youngsters how to think not what to think, she now teaches at a private school. Tonya grew up in Rockford, Illinois. She has a BS from Western Illinois University where she double-majored in Bilingual and Elementary Education.