I am a Young Latino Conservative Activist in the Dallas Fort Worth area. I became actively involved in politics when I was 15 years old by opposing the then-Superintendent of FWISD (Dr. Kent Scribner)’s hastily and poorly planned initiative to physically split/separate my school into two separate schools. I organized parents, students and teachers to attend school board meetings, sign petitions and repeatedly call on Dr. Scribner urging him to either modify or abandon his plan. My goal was to have and execute a well thought out plan that would be good for the students and community, not a poor plan implemented just for “metrics”. Eventually after four months Dr. Scribner decided to abandon his plan to physically split/separate my school into two separate schools. Ever since then I have organized multiple rallies and marches to support Law Enforcement, former President Trump and the Conservative movement in general. I have also organized protests against Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Dr. Scribner. I have helped with many campaigns ranging from state representative races to state senate races, and have helped register many citizens to vote. My heart is centered in community organizing, planning and involvement—for example, I organize and conduct community clean-up events, informational meetings and other social and communal activities. As I grow and progress in my political and community activism, I hope to expand the impacts and effects of my work to more citizens and communities in the state and country that I love.
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UTAs Student Government had a significant shake-up this past spring. Caitlyn Burge, the Student Body President, and her Chief of Staff, Alyssa Spencer, were impeached due to allegations of racism and transphobia. The campaign to remove them was not based on actual evidence of malice but more so on their political affiliation with the GOPContinue reading “How the Left took over the Conservative Student Body Government”
With the resignation of Dr. Scribner becoming official this late August and with Trustee Cartel Ramos officially out of the Board, many are asking what the next step for Fort Worth ISD is? With the primary Critical Race Theory leaders gone, it’s time to do two things: A. Get a better superintendent who will notContinue reading “What’s next for FWISD? Eliminating the Equity Department and getting a good superintendent”
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