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Texas Freedom Network Issues Statement on Transgender Day of Remembrance, “Our trans children deserve to live without fear” 

November 21, 2022

November 13 - 19, is a celebratory time to uplift and empower transgender voices that ends with Transgender Day of Remembrance on Novemeber 20.

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Texans Taking Care of Texans: Meet This Quarter’s Super Volunteer

November 21, 2022

Last week, the State Board of Education (SBOE) voted to adopt the social studies curriculum, after having bowed to the demands of extremists and conspiracy theorists in choosing to delay the revision of Texas’ social studies curriculum, referred to as the Social Studies TEKs, back in August.

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Honoring the Lives We've Lost for Transgender Day of Remembrance

November 20, 2022

TFN is amplifying resources, mutual aid groups, and LGBTQIA+ organizations in Texas to help our community actively honor Transgender Day of Remembrance.

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TEXAS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION FAILS ON SOCIAL STUDIES BUT VOTES TO OPPOSE PRIVATE SCHOOL VOUCHERS

November 18, 2022

AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas State Board of Education’s preliminary vote today to approve minimally revised social studies standards first adopted a dozen years ago is a surrender to political pressure from those opposed to teaching the truth about the state’s history and diversity.

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