Youngkin’s Parents’ Rights Victory

When we founded 1776 Action last year, then-candidate Glenn Youngkin was one of the first people to sign our ‘1776 Pledge to Save our Schools.’ In the final months of the Virginia governor’s race, parents’ rights and the fight against CRT became major issues – eventually helping Youngkin…

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Leading CRT Scholar Says Practice It “Wherever You Go”

Kimberle Crenshaw, a professor at Columbia University and UCLA, is one of the leading proponents of CRT in the country, and is credited with coining the very term “Critical Race Theory.” If you’ll remember not too long ago, the Radical Left was telling us that CRT was either a “myth” or…

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Epoch Times Features 1776 Action on Fourth of July

It goes without saying that the Fourth of July is a pretty big deal to us here at 1776 Action – it’s the inspiration for the name of our organization, after all.  That’s why we were so thrilled to be the focus of a feature piece from the Epoch Times about the importance…

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Kathy Barnette Joins 1776 Action as National Spokesperson

1776 Action is thrilled to announce that Kathy Barnette is joining our team as our National Spokesperson. As the fight against Critical Race Theory and indoctrination in K-12 schools rages on, Kathy will be a strong voice in support of restoring integrity and honest, patriotic education to our classrooms. Check…

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The Radical Left Tries Again For $6 Billion CRT Bill

Last year, we warned you about the so-called “Civics Secures Democracy Act,” a $6 billion boondoggle that would politicize civics education and infuse Critical Race Theory in classrooms throughout the country.  The bill stalled in the Senate, but its radical left-wing backers haven’t given up. The bill was just introduced…

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Missouri Attorney General and U.S. Senate Candidate Eric Schmitt Signs ‘The 1776 Pledge’ to Restore Honest, Patriotic Education 

Schmitt commits to opposing CRT, anti-American indoctrination in K-12 classrooms As the federal government continues to target parents and students for speaking out against radical, anti-American curriculum in K-12 classrooms, Eric Schmitt, the current Attorney General of Missouri and Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, committed to taking concrete steps to…

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