Following last month’s presentation to the Heartland-American Israeli Initiative, Laurie Cardoza-Moore will be speaking to the Highlands Tea Party this coming Tuesday night. She is the founder of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations (PJTN), a globally respected voice on the frontlines of battle for the ideological, social, moral and religious mind of this generation.

From her role as Special Envoy to the United Nations for human rights and anti-Semitism on behalf of 44 million Christians, to her leadership in statehouses through PJTN’s Anti-Semitism Awareness Resolution, Laurie is a tireless advocate.

As with her last appearance, Cardoza-Moore is expected to address her two passions. One, is the way children are being taught in government schools and the content of many of the textbooks students are forced to use. In fact, Cardoza-Moore has accused the US education system of promoting “anti-American propaganda.” In 2021 she was appointed to the Tennessee Textbook and Instructional Materials Quality Commission which is responsible for recommending textbooks and instructional materials to the Tennessee Department of Education

She also is expected to give an update on the current situation in the middle east – especially Israel. She herself is an author and an award-winning filmmaker. She is expected to have copies of both her books and films available following her talk.

Cardoza-Moore has been listed by the Algemeiner as one of the “Top 100 People Positively Impacting Israel”, was awarded the “Friend of Israel Award” by The Center For Jewish Awareness and appointed the “Goodwill Ambassador to Israel Award” given by Israel Consul General of the Israeli Foreign Ministry.

The Highlands Tea Party meets Tuesday evenings at the Vietnam Veterans’ Hall 33565 Grand Prix Drive (behind the Sebring Walmart), Doors open at 5pm – Meetings begin at 6pm.