August 14, 2023

Chapter Chair “Chat With Pat”

Chat With Pat: Hosting Public Events

There is no better teacher than one with experience.  I talk to our Chairs all over the country and it is amazing what you accomplish!  So, we decided to record a “Chat with Pat” and let Emily Chenevert, East Baton Rouge, LA Chapter Chair talk about her experience while hosting a public event featuring her State Superintendent. Her venue got lots of calls about hosting a “hate group”.  Protestors and opposition posted themselves outside and inside the meeting.  Local and state media covered the event.  She persevered through it all to host a very successful event!  We hope her experience will help you as you lead your chapters.  Stay tuned for more of these videos with Chairs from around the country!


Constitution Challenge

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It Would Never Happen To My Child, with Laura Byrant Hanford

Laura Byrant Hanford joins the show to discuss the tragic story of Sage's law and how woke ideologies can impact your children without you knowing (even if you're not living in a blue area).

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Madison Minute

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