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Activist group, Moms for Liberty, opens Santa Rosa chapter

| Hansen Hasenberg
Parental rights in education have become a massive issue politically, not just in Florida, but across the country. One group is helping lead that charge. Moms for Liberty, a nonprofit advocacy group based in Melbourne, Florida, has campaigned against COVID-19 restrictions in schools, school curriculums that mention critical race theory or gender ideology and some chapters have campaigned to remove certain books that address gender or sexuality from school libraries.
Mariya Calkins speaks at Moms for Liberty’s Santa Rosa chapter meeting. The group held their first meeting Thursday, March 30, at the Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce building.


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