Parents demand Sacramento stop its sexual indoctrination of kids in schools
Special Report from Greg Burt
Sacramento — Informed Parents of California (IPOC), a multicultural group of parents from throughout the state, will rally on the south steps of the Capitol on Thursday, calling for the rejection of the State Board of Education’s Proposed Health Education Framework and a reversal of mandates for comprehensive sexuality education and teaching gender fluid theory as young as pre-kindergarten. Senators Brian Jones and Mike Morrell are among more than a dozen individuals scheduled to speak.
The grassroots organization says despite rain in the forecast, hundreds are expected to attend.
“California’s implementation of the California Healthy Youth Act (AB 329, 2015) is a model for organizations that push comprehensive sex education nationwide. They intend to use this agenda to promote social change. Schools are complicit, and they are using our kids and our tax dollars to undermine families, parental authority, cultural values and the very principles this nation was founded upon,” says IPOC Spokesperson Aileen Blachowski. “California parents will not tolerate the State’s attempt to use our children as pawns to push their extreme and damaging agenda.”
IPOC has been exposing the content of the Proposed Health Education Framework through its Facebook group and other social networks. Blachowski says the proposed Framework, in its current iteration, which will guide classroom teaching and textbook content for a decade or more, should be rejected. Framework adoption will be voted on by the State Board of Education at their May 8th/9th meeting. Rally goers are taking this opportunity to draw state and national attention to their fight, and to make public comment at the final Instructional Quality Commission meeting before the May vote.
Informed Parents of California founder Stephanie Yates says, “We are taking our passion for protecting our children to Sacramento to make our voices heard. We will not allow our kids to be sexualized in the classroom. We will not allow our parental rights to be stripped from us. We will not allow our children’s hearts and minds to be stolen and used for political social experiments and radical activist agendas. We will stop at nothing to protect our kids.”
Organizations supporting IPOC include:
Pacific Justice Institute, California Family Council, Church United, Concerned Women for America —CA Chapter, Salt & Light Council, Eagle Forum, Advocates for Faith & Freedom The Frederick Douglass Foundation
Order of speakers:
Phil Cowan - Host of “The Answer” KTKZ AM 1380
Pastor Tim Thompson- 412 Church, Merrieta, CA
Senator Brian Jones (R-38, Santee, CA)
Kira Davis: political commentator, writer, film maker, and activist has appeared on multiple media outlets including BlazeTV, Fox News, and The Dr. Phil Show.
Jinah (Gina) Yi: a mother of 2 teens and a prominent figure in the Korean community of Southern California as children’s ministry director at Bethel Church in Irvine, the founder of Protect Next Generation, and a Christian sex education speaker for many Korean churches, reaching thousands of people.
Senator Mike Morrell (R- 23)
America Figueroa is a Mexican immigrant, a woman of faith, a mother of 5, an Early Childhood Educator, publisher for La Prensa Hispana, and Hispanic Spokesperson for Informed Parents of California.
Samuel Joseph Figueroa
Samuel is a 10-year old 5th grader. He was removed from public school because the school failed to honor his parents opt-out letter.
Marlo Tucker is the California State Director of Concerned Women for America.
Kevin Snider is the Chief Counsel for the Pacific Justice Institute and a constitutional law and civil rights law expert.
Pastor Gheorghe (George) Rosca born in Romania under the communist regime of Nicolae Ceausescu. He is a pastor at New Hope Christian Ministries in Placentia, CA. He is passionate about protecting, for future generations, the freedoms granted in the Constitution and aligned with the values of the Founding Fathers.
Susan* is a concerned mother From Placer County who became a vocal advocate for children when her daughter was taught about transgenderism in her kindergarten classroom, without parental knowledge. *pseudonym
Lisa Disbrow- 30 year - California educator
Stephanie Yates & Aileen Blachowski — Co-founders of Informed Parents
Greg Burt is Director of Capitol Engagement with the California Family Council. For more information go to www.californiafamily.org.