Posts tagged: Latasha Fields

SPOTLIGHT: Parental Rights, Religious Liberty and American History

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Written by Benjamin Smith

Latasha Fields, founder and director of CHESS – Christian Home Educators Support System, joins IFI executive director David Smith on this edition of Spotlight. In the first half of the podcast, David and Latasha discuss egregious legislation pending in the Illinois General Assembly that aims to eviscerate parental rights and eliminate religious liberty.

State Representative Robyn Gabel (D-Evanston) recently introduced HB 4870 would mandate the HPV vaccination for ALL Illinois students at the 6th grade level.… Continue Reading

“Parental Rights, Religious Liberty and American History” (Illinois Family Spotlight #187)

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Latasha Fields, founder and director of CHESS – Christian Home Educators Support System, joins IFI executive director David Smith on this edition of Spotlight. In the first half of the podcast, David and Latasha discuss egregious legislation pending in the Illinois General Assembly that aims to eviscerate parental rights and eliminate religious liberty.

State Representative Robyn Gabel (D-Evanston) recently introduced HB 4870 would mandate the HPV vaccination for ALL Illinois students at the 6th grade level.… Continue Reading

SPOTLIGHT: Not Living Perpetually on Government Entitlements

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Produced by Benjamin Smith

This edition of Spotlight features Monte Larrick’s interview with Latasha Fields at the recent CURE Chicago Summit for Solutions II. Mrs. Fields shares her testimony – rising above the poverty of her childhood in Baton Rouge, LA, taking personal responsibility for her choices, embracing hard work, pursuing education, and ultimately, placing her faith in Jesus – a testimony she also shared in June with the U.S.… Continue Reading

“They say: Take the Kids Out, But Where Are We Going to Put Them?” (Illinois Family Spotlight #158)

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Monte Larrick had the opportunity to interview Latasha Fields at this year’s CURE summit. They discussed Field’s story, the education problem in minority communities, school vouchers, moral responsibility, the way to rise above poverty, the rising prevalence of influential black conservatives, and more education related topics.

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