Two women from Orange County, California—Rebecca Friedrichs, an elementary school teacher, and Natalie Harp, a cancer survivor—both spoke Aug. 25 at the first night of the Republican National Convention.
Friedrichs, a vocal critic of teachers unions, used her platform to highlight what she called a “radical agenda” being pushed on teachers and schools.
“I’m just so thankful that I was given an opportunity to give a voice to real teachers, because like I said in my speech, we’ve been silenced literally for decades, and bullied,” Friedrichs told The Epoch Times.
“Real teachers on the ground, many of them are terrified by the unions. They don’t have a voice.”
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