(ORLANDO, FL) –September 7,. 2021 –Laurie Cardoza-Moore will join Governor Pete Ricketts on Patriot Day, this Saturday, September 11, to discuss the state of education in Nebraska.

Featured will be a panel of state  influencers, educators and parents concerned with the growing controversy surrounding America’s classrooms and the curriculum being offered.

Governors Ricketts is expected to lead the conversation on major priorities for the state’s schools including the proposed health education standards and controversial sex education topics contained in them.


The panel discussion will be held at the Riverview Lodge, Eugene T. Maloney State Park. 28500 West Park Highway in Ashland between 8:30 AM-11:30 AM. Front gate admission is free and

open to the public.  Those wishing to attend can pre-register online as seating is limited.


Laurie Cardoza-Moore comes to Nebraska as one of the nation’s most outspoken voices for educational reform.  She has recently been a force in Florida in establishing new Civics and Holocaust Standards that will be a part of Governor Ron DeSantis’   Department of Education  programs targeted to positively impact the curriculum taught to Florida’s more than 1.8 million students.  She was recently named to the Tennessee Textbooks & Instructional Materials Quality Commission  in the State of Tennessee where she has vowed to represent the interests of parents and children concerned with the educational track being forced on both students and teachers. Her organization has fielded a state-by-state ground game in more than a dozen states and she notes, “I am looking forward to introducing Nebraska to the plans we have to fight back on educational issues.”


Under Cardoza-Moore’s direction,  her organization, Proclaiming Justice To the Nations, in 2018  launched a major national campaign, “Taking Back America’s Children,” aimed at educating, motivating and activating concerned Americans on the indoctrination happening in American education.  The victory with Florida curriculum is the latest success in a national push in the PJTN state-by-state ground game in the education crisis facing American classrooms. “Not to speak up and push back means we face the possibility of losing our next generation of leadership for our nation—our children,” stated Cardoza-Moore in a recent interview

On Sunday, September 12, Omaha Rapid Response has asked Cardoza-Moore to speak at their annual fundraiser dinner, being held in Waterloo. The event will be held at 7:00 PM at A View at the Shores, 111 South 243 Street.

Under the direction of the organization’s President, Ken Gruber, Omaha Rapid Response is a non-profit founded by members of the churches of Omaha early in 2000 in response to the increasing number of natural and man-made disaster around the world.  Comprised of all volunteers, each team member is responsible for their own funding.

For more information on the Omaha Rapid Response 2021 Banquet and tickets, resource




Laurie was a home schooling mother of five in Tennessee when she discovered the first shadows of “indoctrination” in textbooks within her own children’s school district. That revelation in the early 2000’s in the shadow of 9/11 led her to form her own organization, Proclaiming Justice to The Nations, (PJTN) to sound the alarm on the global rise of anti-Semitism and the growing cracks in America’s national foundation.  Her voice of outrage over Pearson Publishing ‘s injection of anti-American, anti Judeo-Christian anti-Semitic propaganda into their textbooks reached Fox News as well as a wider arc of national media.  The rest is history.  PJTN is today national and international in scope and is on the frontlines in battling for the hearts and minds of our next generation of leadership –our children!   PJTN’s current national campaign—“Taking Back America’s Children” launched in 2018 has proven to be consistently vocal and effective in the classroom wars against the 1619 Project, Critical Race Theory, BLM, the growing crisis of anti-Semitism –the battle is only enlarging. . A major PJTN emphasis is now on the development and implementation of Civics and Holocaust Education in American classrooms K-12.




Jackie Monaghan

Sr. Media Advisor

(615) 390-0792—Direct

[email protected]

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  • Rc Williams
    published this page 2021-09-28 15:00:12 -0500