Media Requests

As Chapter Chairs, you all do a wonderful job of making sure your local media is informed about the issues facing your schools and community.  You are authorized to speak to local media about these issues.  With the latest national news concerning parents being deemed as extremists, you have most likely already received requests from your local media for comment.  


This issue is one that effects every parent in the nation who is standing up for parental rights.  Therefore, we need a consistent and strong response.  This needs to come directly from Tiffany and Tina, our co-founders.  They have released the following statement:  


“Two-thirds of Americans think the public education system is on the wrong track today. That is why our organization is devoted to empowering parents to be a part of their child’s public school education. That is our fundamental goal, which began just two years ago when teacher’s unions locked students out of schools during the pandemic.

Empowering parents continues to be our mission today and that has fueled our organization’s growth - like wildfire to now 45 states in the country. Name-calling parents who want to be a part of their child’s education as ‘hate groups’ or ‘bigoted’ just further exposes what this battle is all about: Who fundamentally gets to decide what is taught to our kids in school - parents or government employees?

We believe that parental rights do not stop at the classroom door and no amount of hate from groups like this is going to stop that.”


Action Steps for Chapter Chairs

  • All media requests of any kind that pertain to the SPLC Hate group designation should be sent to [email protected]

  • All National media (television, print, blogs, podcasts, etc) requests must be forwarded to [email protected]

  • Our professional media team will contact Chapter Chairs when/if they are needed for national media.  The media team will make sure to protect the interests of the Chapter Chair and the National organization.  

  • Chapter Chairs may participate in interviews pertaining to local issues.  If, during the interview, you are asked about a National issue, you should tell the interviewer that they will need to contact National for an answer to that question.

  • If local media asks for your perspective on a National issue you may read the public statement that Tiffany and Tina have released and direct follow-up questions to [email protected]

  • We will NOT let the SPLC and the media attention take the focus off your children and their schools.  


The effort to distract parents from the harms being perpetrated on children and the lack of accountability for educational excellence cannot be successful.  When local media contacts you, they should know that you are a serious source for issues that directly effect your local schools and community.  These issues are real.  


Thank you for all you do to every day to further the mission:

Moms for Liberty is dedicated to fighting for the survival of America by unifying, educating and empowering parents to defend their parental rights at all levels of government.