Los Angeles parents organize ‘Zoom blackout’ to protest school closures: ‘Enough is enough’
A parent in Los Angeles, Calif. told “Fox & Friends” on Monday that she helped organized a Zoom blackout as part of a protest to reopen schools for in-person learning because “there is a really big urgency to get our kids back in school.”
Cynthia Rojas said she is speaking out because she feels parents in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) are being misled.
The Zoom blackout started Monday and will continue for “as many days as it takes,” according to a flier, which added that “enough is enough” and that parents “can no longer sit by and wait for UTLA to come up with more excuses to keep our schools closed.”
Rojas noted that over the past few months parents have learned that they “have very little voice in this whole situation.”
“We don’t have a seat at the table…