This is yet another example of teachers unions attacking parents like me.
Rhode Island affiliates of the largest teachers union in the nation, the National Education Association, have repeatedly targeted me for seeking information about Critical Race and Gender teaching in the South Kingstown, RI, school district, where I live. The entities involved are NEA-RI and NEA-SK,
It all started when I enrolled my daughter in kindergarten for this fall and the principal of her elementary school told me the school does not refer to children as “boys” and “girls” and that they teach a “certain line of thinking about history.” My school told me to file public record requests to gets answers to my questions about Critical Race Theory and gender theory in the school district. I was the focus of a union meeting singling me out:
The school committee threatened to sue me, but that backfired on them when I posted about it on Legal Insurrection, I’m A Mom Seeking Records Of Critical Race and Gender Curriculum, Now The School Committee May Sue To Stop Me.
That led to national publicity. The school committee backed off and didn’t file suit.
The unions didn’t back off. This summer, they sued me and sought an emergency injunction. They dropped the injunction because they had no case, but I have filed anti-SLAPP claims against them seeking punitive damages.
The first step in that process is a hearing Wednesday, December 1 at 11:30 a.m. EST with Judge Linda Rekas Sloan and the link for the public to watch is here:
To access the hearing, simply scroll down to “Associate Justice Linda Rekas Sloan” and click “Remote Hearing” at 11:30 am EST.
But the union still is not satisfied. Now, the head of NEA-RI is organizing on social media to get me kicked off Twitter. First the teachers union sued me. Now they are organizing to deplatform me.
Here is Executive Director, Robert A. Walsh, of the Rhode Island branch of the National Education Association (NEA-RI) directing two union members (President of the Providence Teachers Union, Maribeth Calabro and Providence History Teacher Debbie Krous):
“Report her and then block her!”
It appears from the image that Walsh reported me to Twitter.
This appears to relate to this tweet of mine objecting to the Providence teachers union president supporting and defending segregated teacher sessions.
The KKK and Providence Teachers Union both say it's good for white people to form their own groups.
— Nicole Solas Domestic Terrorist! (@Nicoletta0602) November 25, 2021
Its intimidation tactics to further harass me on social media by organizing union members to deplatform me. I’m a stay-at-home mom who cares about what children learn in public school. I use my Twitter account to communicate with other parents about public education issues, including raising awareness about Critical Race Theory in school and the bullying tactics teachers unions use against parents. Rather than engage on the merits, the unions try to attack and silence.
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