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Coalition of 27 pro-family groups across America confront homosexual "Day of Silence" in schools
Being pushed high schools (and now middle schools) across the country
POSTED: April 14, 2010 UPDATED: June 4, 2010
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MassResistance joins coalition of 27 pro-family groups promoting national "Day of Silence Walkout" by parents and kids.
In April, 2010, MassResistance allied with 27 pro-family groups across America to confront the homosexual propaganda event, "Day of Silence", held in public schools across America - and particularly in Massachusetts.
The theme of our action was Day of Silence Walkout. The message to parents is: Keep your kids home that day, and let the school administration know why you're doing it. By all accounts, thousands of kids across the country were kept home that day!
Message to parents: JOIN the WALKOUT!
Help spread the word to parents around the state and around the country! And here's what you can do in your own school:
Day of Silence: What is it? How bad is it?
Psychological assault on kids
During the Day of Silence, which has become an annual day-long event, school officials encourage students to be silent for the entire day as a sign of solidarity with the homosexual activist movement. Students are encouraged to wear special homosexual badges, stickers, and bracelets which are often handed out at all the school entrances that day. There are also pro-homosexual posters and handouts, and even workshops. The schools use various psychological methods during the day to attempt to create a strong bond with the homosexual movement in the minds of the kids, emphasizing stories of victimhood, pushing messages of fairness, and linking GLBT issues to civil rights struggles of the past.
Well organized and executed
The Day of Silence is organized nationwide by the Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network (GLSEN), a well-funded national homosexual organization that targets children in the public schools. In Massachusetts, the Day of Silence is spearheaded through the state-run Massachusetts Commission on Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Youth, of which GLSEN is an official member. The GLBT Commission includes many of the most radical homosexual and transgender activists in the state, and uses its legal authority and intimidation to push homosexual programs, clubs, and activities in public schools across Massachusetts.
The Day of Silence is more than just another homosexual "event" in the public schools. It is a major assault on kids' minds by homosexual activists. It's their cornerstone activity to proselytize America's youth.
Big part of GLSEN's gay agenda in nation's schools
It's become such a big part of Kevin Jenning's GLSEN that they've create a separate Day of Silence website for directing the yearly push, with an organizing manual, plus organizing schedules, and much more.
This is what parents are fighting. And with Barack Obama's "safe schools" czar, Kevin Jennings, in power, this will even even get worse. Sign petition here to remove Jennings.
3. Local Massachusetts schools prepare for Day of Silence - with help from state government.
Here in Massachusetts the Day of Silence has become a major propaganda event in many high schools and middle schools. We've been reporting on this for years. This year, if anything, it's gotten more explicit.
With the push from the state-run Massachusetts GLBT commission, schools are even better targets for the Day of Silence.
(Only recently have school authorities taken the stance that students still must participate orally in class if so required by the teacher or lesson that day.)
In particular, students in the club want to end bullying, harassment, prejudice, and negative language that relates to sexual orientation and gender identity. All students and their families should feel safe and included in our school community, whether they identify as gay, straight, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning, or intersexed. The G.S.A. meets every week on Wednesdays after school in room 301. Typically, the group relaxes, eats some snacks, has a discussion, and works on a project. Past projects have included organizing for The Day of Silence.
Hateful and obscene emails and phone calls from homosexual activists to organizers of Day of Silence Walkout.
(See link below to voice messages and emails.)
This is how these activists practice "tolerance".
Fighting back in Massachusetts
MassResistance stages Day of Defiance in 2007
During the Day of Silence in 2007, MassResistance helped organize a counter-event, the Day of Defiance, at several schools in the Boston area. When parents came and demonstrated at the Day of Defiance at Brookline High in Brookline MA, pro-homosexual school staff incited hundreds of kids to go outside and storm the parents, staging a near-riot which required police presence.
Bills filed in State House to stop this assault in the future
MassResistance has bills in the Massachusetts Legislature to (1) make all homosexual and transgender-related activities a strictly opt-in situation by parents, and (2) to disband completely the Massachusetts Commission for Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Youth. Read more about those bills HERE. If you can get involved to help pass them, let us know HERE