Multiple administrators and teachers from Austin schools were exposed saying they still implement DEI and CRT principles in their lessons.
Board members threatened to ban a parent, who attempted to read five words from a book previously found in district libraries during a board meeting, from district property.
The group has criticized Texas for pro-life and pro-women legislation.
The uncovered documents show that the organization has provided curriculum teaching students about “gender identity and sexual orientation.”
U.S. Rep Tony Gonzales of Texas voted alongside House Democrats to reject an amendment to defund drag shows and “pride” events.
Citizens Defending Freedom dismisses the ACLU’s Title IX discrimination complaint as intimidation and “blatant fundraising.”
State Sen. Bryan Hughes promises this is not the end and he “looks forward” to defending the law “all the way to the Supreme Court.”
BRAVE Books story hours were created as a conservative alternative to drag queen story time.
The city council only gave parents and citizens 30 minutes to testify against the books.
U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk ruled that “The First Amendment does not prevent school officials from restricting ‘vulgar and lewd’ conduct that would ‘undermine the school’s basic education mission.’”