What is a Woman?
Title IX: US Department of Education wants to change the definition.
Congress passed Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, which provides: “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the beneﬁts of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal ﬁnancial assistance.”
Read more at Title IX: The Transformation of America.
It was NOT intended to be applied on the basis of gender identity.
What is a Woman handout (PDF)
- Minnesota Regional Government (PDF)
Julie Quist, in this slide presentation, explains the depth of regional government top down in Minnesota linked to the UN Sustainable Goals and more. Planned and being executed throughout the state.
- United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
The United Nations has developed 17 Goals to Transform Our World that were adopted by all UN Member States in 2015, as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which set out a 15-year plan to achieve the goals. These goals revolve around the “climate emergency.” Most local governing bodies are using the Agenda 2030 governance model and goals in their decision making.
State of Minnesota
- How ‘Equity’ Has Been Embedded in Minnesota for Decades
In Minnesota, local jurisdictions through Regional Development Commissions (RDC) drive state legislation and state administrative policies and practices. Julie Quist of CPL explains the history, how regional government operates, and how equity over the years has been woven into Minnesota down to the local level. [Read More ]
- Communists Control Minnesota
Trevor Loudon exposes how communists and Marxists have taken over the state of Minnesota. The socialist takeover started many years ago, in 1905, when thousands of communists fled Finland and settled in northern Minnesota. This movement has been growing and influencing politicians and legislation ever since, with influential characters like Mark Ritchie and Paul Wellstone. Communist comrades have ties to the Labor Party, which is now Democratic–Farmer–Labor (DFL), and influence politicians at all levels of government, from city councils to the Senate and the governor’s office. Listen to the history and current state of affairs at CounterPunch. (23 minute video)