Williams-Bolar served 9 days in jail for falsifying records in January 2011. Her “crime” was enrolling her children in a safer school district than the one in which she resided.
CLEVELAND – Kelley Williams-Bolar, the Ohio mother arrested for “stealing education” and now heading the Ohio Parents Union, joined Michelle Bernard, president and CEO of the Bernard Center for Women, Politics and Public Policy and Pastor Andrew D. Clark Sr. of Trinity Outreach Ministries to rally parents and their children, this past Sunday, to become foot soldiers for school choice at an Education Equality rally in Cleveland.
“As we approach the end of Black History Month, it’s important to remember that our civil rights struggle continues,” said Bernard. “Education equality is the key to raising all children out of poverty and making sure that our future is brighter than the darkest days of our past.”
“We are thrilled to have Kelley Williams-Bolar share the story of her fight for educational equality for her children,” Bernard continued. “And hosting this event at Trinity Outreach Ministries, where they do so much important work to support their community and the fight for education in
Williams-Bolar served 9 days in jail for falsifying records in January 2011. Her “crime” was enrolling her children in a safer school district than the one in which she resided. Now, Williams-Bolar heads up the Ohio Parents Union, modeled after the Parent Trigger that was started in