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Petitioning Tennessee Senate Education Committee and House Education Administration and Planning Committee and 22 others

Learn accurate information about gender neutral pronouns at UT-K

Family Action of Tennessee is urging its members to contact the Legislature about the University of Tennessee-Knoxville's practice of introducing the university community to gender neutral pronouns.  Based on distorted news reports, Family Action is trying to get the Legislature to pressure UT to drop it.  We say that they should let UT-K determine its own programming and find the best ways to make its campus welcoming for all students.  Please, contact members of key education committees in the Legislature to provide accurate information.

This petition was delivered to:
  • Tennessee Senate Education Committee and House Education Administration and Planning Committee
  • State Senator
    Dolores Gresham
  • State Senator
    Reginald Tate
  • State Senator
    Todd Gardenhire
  • State Senator
    Rusty Crowe
  • State Senator
    Steven Dickerson
  • State Senator
    Ferrell Haile
  • State Senator
    Joey Hensley
  • State Senator
    Brian Kelsey
  • State Senator
    Jim Tracy
  • State Representative
    Harry Brooks
  • State Representative
    Debra Moody
  • State Representative
    Kevin Brooks
  • State Representative
    Kent Calfee
  • State Representative
    Jim Coley
  • State House of Representatives-Tennessee-034
    Rick Womick
  • State Representative
    John DeBerry
  • State Representative
    Kevin Dunlap
  • State Representative
    Craig Fitzhugh
  • State Representative
    Eddie Smith
  • State Representative
    Johnnie Turner
  • State Representative
    Dawn White
  • State Representative
    Mark White

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