Editor’s note: At a Tuesday night meeting of the Loudoun County School Board in Virginia, teacher Lilit Vanetsyan delivered these remarks, according to Fight for Schools, a nonpartisan political action committee focused on education. The Daily Signal previously has reported on the court-ordered reinstatement of an elementary school gym teacher in Loudoun County’s public school system and the diverse books list promoted in county schools.
Lilit Vanetsyan: [I’m a] Fairfax County public school teacher and I’m going to give a message of encouragement to parents and teachers and students who are too afraid to come and speak forward.
Parents, the longer that you wait and you don’t hold your child’s schools accountable gives these guys more time to dictate what’s best for your child’s physical, mental, and emotional health. Don’t be afraid to speak out for your kids because they are voiceless and they rely on you. You should be afraid of them rooting for socialism by the time they get to middle school.
Teachers, it may seem that our careers have come to a dead end, but I’m here to remind you, we don’t work for the school board. We work to mold the next generation of well-rounded American patriots. So don’t give up because it is up to us.
This speech at the #loudouncounty school board meeting was absolute ??? #alldayeveryday #mustseetv pic.twitter.com/UQuwEjNAWZ— Ian Prior (@iandprior) June 9, 2021
Students, you are on the front lines of these indoctrination camps. Challenge the staff when you are presented with a ludicrous statement and do not allow anybody to tell you that you cannot accomplish anything because of your skin color or to hate yourself because of your skin color. Students, it is up to you to be the next generation of victims or victors.
Finally, to the board, this isn’t over …
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