Don’t miss Jonathan Emord’s Critical Race Theory event, livestreaming on Brighteon Tuesday evening

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(Natural News) If you are concerned about critical race theory being pushed on your children at school or your workplace has been engaging in critical race theory brainwashing, you won’t want to miss the special event being held tomorrow in Fairfax, Virginia, and livestreamed for free on Brighteon TV.

The Authoritarians & Critical Race Theory by Jonathan Emord will be held on Tuesday, September 21, 2021, from 6:30 to 9:30pm ET, and a distinguished roster of guests will be joining him.

Outspoken CRT critics slated to speak

Following a singing of the national anthem by vocalist Kevin Bennear, Washington Times Online Opinion Editor and author Cheryl Chumley will be giving an opening presentation. The award-winning journalist and author of books such as Socialists Don’t Sleep is also an army veteran.

She’ll be followed by lawyer John Doolittle, a former congressman representing the 4th Congressional District of California and former House Republican Deputy Whip.

Jonathan W. Emord is slated to take the stage at 7:25 pm. The constitutional attorney who litigates before federal agencies and courts is also the author of five critically acclaimed books, including The Authoritarians: Their Assault on Individual Liberty, the Constitution, and Free Enterprise from the 19th Century to the Present.

At 7:35, Patti Hidalgo Menders, the president of the biggest Republican women’s organization in Virginia, the Loudoun County Republican Women’s Club, and a Virginia state strategist for Majority Strategies will speak.

She’ll be followed by Ian Prior, the president of Fight For Schools, a non-partisan political action committee devoted to electing “common sense candidates that commit to policies that support equal opportunity, tolerance, meritocracy and achievement.”


New York radio host and anti-critical race theory leader Barbara Stinson, also known as Barbara from Harlem, will speak at 7:55. Barbara’s own story of overcoming poverty and hardship by working hard is powerful proof that anyone can succeed in America.

At 8:05pm, public school teacher Ramona Bessinger, who made headlines for her courageous stand against critical race theory and subsequent ostracizing by other educators, will give a presentation. Bessinger did not shy away from exposing the racial hostility and mistrust that critical race theory in her Rhode Island middle school caused.

Moms for America Vice President Juleen Jackson will speak at 8:15, and her presentation will be followed by words from the former U.S. Department of Education Office of Educational Technology Deputy Director Elizabeth L. Schultz.

DePaul University philosophy professor and author Jason D. Hill will speak at 8:35pm. You might recognize the outspoken CRT opponent from his appearances on programs like Tucker Carlson Tonight and The Ingraham Angle. He will be followed by former congressman and House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Dan Burton.

Rounding out the speaker list is lawyer Norm Singleton, the president of the Campaign for Liberty and a founding member of the Republican Liberty Caucus.

Stay tuned to the livestream on to see the Panel Q&A session immediately following the speakers. Moderator Cheryl Chumley will host panel questions and answers from 9:10 to 9:30pm before making some closing remarks.

Don’t miss it!

If you want to defend liberty and defeat socialism, you won’t want to miss the powerful words coming from this impressive list of speakers.

If you wish to attend, you can register for the event, which will be held at the Fairfax Marriott at Fair Oaks in Fairfax, Virginia, at Eventbrite.

You can catch the livestream at Brighteon Live by following this link: .

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