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Taking Back America’s Children Summit August 19–20

For Immediate Release
July 13, 2022

CONTACT: Clem Boyd
Infinity Concepts
(O) 724.930.4003

Taking Back America’s Children Summit August 19–20

FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE – Bias. Prejudice. Hate. Major concerns in our society, yet they often start small and imperceptible, like seeds. And they can come from the most unexpected places, like a book in a classroom.

On August 19–20, Laurie Cardoza Moore, president of Franklin-based Proclaiming Justice to The Nations (PJTN), will keynote the “Taking Back America’s Children” Tennessee Summit in Franklin, Tennessee at the Williamson County Enrichment Center, 110 Everbright Avenue.

Register at Taking Back America’s Children.

The event will be held from 6 p.m.–9 p.m. August 19 and from 8 a.m.–4 p.m. August 20. Dinner will be provided on August 19 and box lunches on August 20. Discounted hotel rates are available.

The goal of the two-day event is to educate, motivate, and activate parents and concerned citizens with strategies to reclaim America’s classrooms from anti-Semitic falsehood and liberal political agendas.

When she was a homeschooling mother of five, Laurie Cardoza Moore was shocked to discover anti-Semitic, anti-Christian, and anti-American content in her children’s textbooks. This revelation began her quest to bring awareness and change through public policy, media, advocacy, and the PJTN programs and documentaries.

Laurie Cardoza Moore is a respected voice on the front lines for the ideological, social, moral, and religious minds of this generation.

“Hatred is not born in the minds of innocent children,” Cardoza Moore explained. “Seeds of indoctrination are sown in the name of education to be cultivated and grown into bias and hatred in the minds of the very young.”

Cardoza Moore’s grassroots advocacy and mobilization of parents demanding curriculum reform in Williamson County, Tennessee led to media attention and resulted in textbook content revisions from publishing giant, Pearson Publishing.

To learn more about PJTN, visit

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