UNeducation? – Defending Families Against Globalist Indoctrination and Other Top-Down Intrusions [PODCAST #610]

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Pam Lucashu is a home-educating parent and the Legislative Liaison for The Education of Christian Homeschoolers of CT.

Because much of our recent content has been devoted to exciting and revolutionary educational alternatives, I wanted to spotlight Pam as an exemplar of the often forgotten people who are doing the less glamorous work of defending children and families from incursions from state legislatures and beyond.

Some examples:
In 2015 Pam worked with parental and homeschool rights advocates to form the CT Parental Rights Coalition to respond to the Sandy Hook Commission Report. The commission made recommendations to further regulate home education, using the false pretext that Adam Lanza had been homeschooled.

Pam is also an outspoken critic of UN/UNESCO designs on American schooling - a project that goes back at least to the implementation of No Child Left Behind.

We'll discuss:
- Pam's children once attended public school? What did she see that made her want to pursue home education?
- Homeschooling freedom in Connecticut and how Sandy Hook fallout threatened that freedom
- UNESCO's "Education For A Sustainable Future" 2003
- "global citizenship" and other misleading marketing language
- "performance-based" education - assessing attitudes not knowledge and school subjects are just carriers for UN themes
- globalist indoctrination: Declaration of Independence is downplayed; now the government grants rights; Bill of Rights (negative)is replaced with The Universal Declaration of Human rights (positive)

Pam will be speaking at G. Edward Griffin's Red Pill Expo on June 7th. I will be attending and I might like to continue our conversation then. Please let me know in the comments if you have follow-up questions/topics for Pam.

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