Pacific Research Institute Senior Director of Education Lance Izumi

The Great Parent Revolt: Fighting Indoctrination of America’s Children

The nonpartisan Pacific Research Institute has just published The Great Parent Revolt sharing stories of parents and grassroots leaders who are fighting against the push for critical race theory in our public schools – the most divisive doctrine ever to threaten America’s children.

The book is co-authored by Lance Izumi, senior director of the Center for Education at the Pacific Research Institute, a nonpartisan, California-based free-market think tank; Wenyuan Wu, executive director of the Californians for Equal Rights Foundation; and McKenzie Richards, PRI policy associate.

In this book, parents, grandparents, educators, students and community leaders who are standing against the sweeping forces of thought conformity and political indoctrination in the classroom contributed to this book. These grassroots agents of change are immigrants and native-born Americans, and their political views span the ideological spectrum. Most had never engaged in activism before.

Meeting in living rooms and coffee shops, they launched effective grassroots movements that have successfully stopped the growth of these destructive policies and protected students from being ostracized and bullied at school. Their stores aim to inspire other frustrated parents and community members that they, too, can fight back against the education bureaucracy – and give them the tools to stop classroom indoctrination.

Izumi is also the author of The Corrupt Classroom: Bias, Indoctrination, Violence, and Social Engineering Show Why America Needs School Choice, which was an bestseller among policy books. The Great Parent Revolt is available for purchase at your favorite online booksellers.