Take Action: Protect Parental Rights!

February 24

There has been a pattern nationwide, of schools influencing children ideologically as well as morally in a direction that would shock most parents. It has reached a point where INDOCTRINATION would better describe what they are doing. But parents from San Francisco, California, to North Kingstown, Rhode Island, are saying – “Enough is enough!”

Now, a Rhode Island legislator has stood up for parents by introducing a parental rights bill.

One of the few good things that has come from the COVID pandemic is that online classes have given parents the opportunity to see what their kids are learning, and it has been eye-opening! The curriculum changes that had gone largely unnoticed before COVID are now coming to light. Many activist teachers and school administrators have quietly been indoctrinating children towards embracing ideologies and moral values that most parents would NOT agree with.

Parents have been shocked to find new curriculums embracing Marxist-Socialist ideology, re-writing American history, and promoting the LGBTQ+ agenda (like the radical sex-ed bill I told you about last week).

If the current trends play out towards this kind of radical sex-ed, you can be sure of at least two things: 1) Anything that does not support it will be considered “hate speech.”  And 2) Schools will have more rights over children than parents. Parents need a “Bill of Rights” to protect them from school board tyranny.

GOOD NEWS: Rep. Patricia Morgan has introduced a PARENTS BILL OF RIGHTS H 7138. It provides for a parents’ bill of rights related to the health, education, and welfare of their minor children. It empowers parents to protect their children, take back their rights and guard against the tyranny of government and special interest groups. It’s a great bill for you the parent, and you can read it here.

Take Action to let your legislators know you want your rights as a parent to be protected.

Thanks for speaking up and spreading the word!

For Faith and Family in Rhode Island,

David Aucoin
Chairman, Board of Directors – Rhode Island