“This is a victory for all who believe that our most vulnerable students matter,” Z! Haukeness of Louisville Showing Up for Racial Justice said in a press release. “We will keep fighting until our schools are safe from SB150, and safe from weapons detection systems and police in schools. These issues are connected and we refuse to let them come for any of us without coming through all of us.”
That resolution, though, angered at least one Kentucky lawmaker who accosted Pollio during a state education committee in Frankfort last week.
This is part of a broader campaign of Louisville SURJ and SURJ National to block the impact of the Kentucky State Legislature’s harmful anti-trans education bill, SB 150.