Moms for Liberty - Morris County Chapter is dedicated to the survival of America by unifying, educating and empowering parents to defend their parental rights at all levels of government. Our mandate as a chapter of Moms for Liberty is fighting for parental rights at all levels of government and education. We are a pro-freedom group. We defend the right of parents to make decisions for their children without interference.
Please invite parents, grandparents, and community members that value parental rights.
We are stronger together!
We represent 39 municipalities within Morris County. We are Moms, Dads, Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles and Concerned Residents who care about our future generation - Our Children! Our mandate is fighting for parental rights at all levels of government and education.
We are a pro-freedom group. We defend the right of parents to make decisions for their children without interference. We strongly oppose masks and vaccine mandates in schools since such mandates remove the right of parents to choose the manner in which they protect their children from COVID-19 and other viruses. If you choose to mask or vaccinate, your choice will be respected. We support your right to choose.
We oppose Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) as divisive ideologies whose implementation is toxic to all children.
As appropriate, we will highlight politicians whose values align with those of Moms for Liberty, and shine a light on those who do not. Moms for Liberty does not endorse political candidates.
School board members whose values align with Moms for Liberty are welcome to join our chapter and we would love them to act in advisory roles to our chapter's School District Leaders as we establish those roles.
Check out the website two Roxbury moms, Christine & Kristen created in order to informa parents and hold the school district accountable. Way to go, Ladies!
These moms are being sued by the High School Librarian -
Morris County Board of Commissioners unanimously passed on July 27, 2022; RES-2022-660: Resolution Demanding the Repeal of the 2020 New Jersey Student Learning Standards in Comprehensive Health and Physical Education (ID #9506) (go to page 57)