Greg Davis in Shelby County for Title IX Town Hall

On Monday, July 1st, ALCAP President Greg Davis attended a Title IX Town Hall Meeting at the North Shelby Library in Birmingham, sponsored by Moms for Liberty – Alabama and LOCAL Alabama. Before the meeting started at 6:00pm, he interviewed several community leaders and state politicians live during the first hour of his radio show Priority Talk.

Moms for Liberty’s Emily Jones
Greg Davis and State Representative Arnold Mooney

In their conversations, Greg Davis and his guests repeatedly stressed the importance of pushing back against the Biden Administration’s changes to Title IX to include gender identity as a protected demographic. If implemented, anyone who identifies as a female will be able to enter female spaces on school grounds, and vice versa. “Preferred pronouns” will be policed, which means teachers will have to use whatever pronouns a student chooses. These changes––and others––will go into effect on August 1st, and this unjust expansion of Title IX will negatively impact schools, teachers, sports, and more.

“This issue could be the end of public school as we know it… I ran a ministry for 25 years that ministered in public schools. My kids all went to public schools all the way up through college. I’ve been a public school guy… But this [issue] could be the one where people just go ‘we are not doing that, we are done,'” Davis said.

Alabama Unfiltered’s Amie Beth Shaver
State Representative Susan DuBose

The purpose of the event was to inform people on what is happening with Title IX and how it will affect them, along with what concerned citizens can do about it. For the Christian, everything starts with faith:

“People are ready to move back to the point of people taking care of people instead of the government taking care of people. Part of that involves spiritual things and our need to humble ourselves before God and admit we’ve been wrong. We’ve not always done things the right way,” State Rep. Arnold Mooney said to Davis, expounding on the point that people first need to seek God and then act politically.

Attorney General Steve Marshall and State Rep. Susan DuBose (pictured above) were featured speakers for the event. There will be another Title IX Town Hall on August 12th at the Guntersville Recreation Center in Guntersville.