TEAPAC Hosts Jesse Lee Peterson in Pasadena Tuesday August 8, 7 PM

Please join TEAPAC for an evening with


"The Education Crisis in California"

Jesse Lee Peterson is an author, radio & TV host, pastor, counselor and founder
of BOND,  a non-profit dedicated to "Rebuilding the Family by Rebuilding the Man." 
You may have seen Jesse on Fox News or CNN, or heard him on his friend Dennis
Prager, Sean Hannity or Larry Elder's radio shows.  Jesse hosts a morning radio show,
a popular TV show The Fallen State, weekly church services, monthly Men's Forums,
an annual Conference on Fatherhood and Men, special town hall meetings, as well as
timely, pro-Constitution protests and rallies.

Date:                      Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Sign In:                   6:30 PM

Program Begins:    7:00 PM (Promptly)

Ticket Price:           $10 ($20 per family)

RSVP:                    (626) 792-1772  or  hq@teapac.net

Location:                The Romanesque Room 
                               in the Historic Green Hotel in Old Pasadena

Address:                 50 E. Green St., Pasadena  (east of Fair Oaks)

Parking:                  In the parking structure across the street

We are very excited about tomorrow night and hope that you and y0ur friends will join us as the always compelling Reverend Jesse Lee Petersen addresses the dismal, scandalous state of schools and education in the inner cities.

Over the last year, TEAPAC has held a series of events designed to expose the failure of union dominated public schools.  California taxpayers have sunk untold billions of dollars in this failed system with little to show for it in the inner cities.  It is high time that we returned children and education to the control of parents.  That is why TEAPAC will be working with other like-minded groups and organizations to qualify a School Choice initiative for the California ballot in November 2018.

We will be joined by parents and concerned citizens throughout the San Gabriel.  We have extended a special invitation to pastors in the black community that has suffered so grievously at the hands of this failed system.  This invitation has been warmly and graciously received.  They recognize, as we all do, that the right to a quality, parent-directed education is the next step in the American Civil Rights movement.

This ongoing disaster also affects the Latino community and other poor communities regardless of race or ethnicity.  In the end, of course, bad schools affect us all.  No one can succeed if so many are left behind.  It is time that we break once and for all the link between poverty, ignorance and crime.  This battle begins tomorrow night.  We need your help and your prayers.

Please RSVP at hq@teapac.net or call (626) 792-1772. 

Mike Alexander