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VA county BOE rejects new transgender bathroom law & CRT

The Family Foundation reported the following on July 16, 2021.

"At a time when courage is rare, last night, school board members and hundreds of determined parents proved that it still exists in the Commonwealth: As a standing-room-only crowd of approximately 500 concerned citizens watched—the majority waving Protect Every Kid signs— the Russell County School Board took a 7-0 vote to reject in its entirety the transgender-issue model policy handed down by the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE)."

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( July 20th, 2021 @ 1:18 pm )
 
Where will Beaufort County BOE stand on Critical Race Theory??? The Beaufort County Republican Executive Committee has voted unanimously to call on them to ban CRT. A majority of the BOE at least claim to be Republican. Will they do it? If not we need some conservative opponents to those who support CRT.



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