Moms for Liberty expands programs, launches new podcast

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FILE – Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is presented with “The Liberty Sword” during the Moms for Liberty National Summit on Friday, July 15, 2022, in Tampa. DeSantis appeared at the summit and built a roster of school board candidates starting with a questionnaire in which he asked them to sign a certificate to pledge their support to him. (Lauren Witte/Tampa Bay Times via AP, File) Lauren Witte/AP

Moms for Liberty expands programs, launches new podcast

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EXCLUSIVE — The conservative parent activist organization Moms for Liberty announced a new podcast Monday, expanding the group’s programs after an election cycle where it heavily invested in school board races.

The Joyful Warriors podcast features Moms for Liberty co-founder Tiffany Justice as host and promises to cover a wide range of topics related to the nation’s public education system and parental rights issues.


“We want the ‘Joyful Warriors’ podcast to encourage more parents to get involved in their local K-12 education system,” Justice said in a press release. “Parents must continue to speak up and get involved to protect their place in the driver’s seat of their child’s education. We do not co-parent with the government. If parents don’t speak up, the only voice heard is the multi-million-dollar political machine of the teacher’s union.”

The inaugural episode of the podcast features a discussion between Justice and conservative media personality Will Witt about the numerous Florida school board candidates endorsed by Moms for Liberty who won their races, as well as the state’s political landscape following a Republican rout on Election Day.

Moms for Liberty was founded in 2020 amid a wave of grassroots parent activism and has grown exponentially in the last two years. The group now boasts over 200 chapters in 42 states.


In a sign of the group’s growth, Moms for Liberty hosted its first annual summit in July, featuring Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) as the keynote speaker. The group also endorsed hundreds of school board candidates before Election Day, and many of them went on to win.

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