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Homosexual "Day of Silence" Friday, April 20 - in schools across America.

FIGHT BACK by joing nationwide Day of Silence Walkout!

POSTED: April 19, 2012

MassResistance has joined with over two dozen pro-family groups across America to urge parents to keep their children home from school during the "Day of Silence," being held tomorrow, April 20, 2012, in schools across the country.

Major GLBT propaganda push

Day of Silence, organized by the national homosexual activist group GLSEN, has become an annual day-long pro-homosexual event in high schools, colleges, and now even middle schools across the country. School officials encourage kids to be silent for the entire day as a sign of solidarity with the homosexual activist movement. Children 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.

It's a very slick, well-funded propaganda campaign.

It is a major propaganda activity. 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. GLSEN has set up a special very slick "Day of Silence" website (using celebrities, etc.) to help organize this in schools.

Fighting back

Pro-family groups across America are fighting back by supporting the Day of Silence Walkout. The message to parents is: Find out if your school is allowing it to take place. If so, keep your kids home that day, and let the school administration know why you're doing it. (Note: Some schools may have moved the date from tomorrow because of spring vacations. Note that this event is also happening in many private schools!)

In past years, thousands of kids across the country have stayed home - causing many schools to stop having the Day of Silence. It's important to confront this by boycotting the schools that day!

Links to more info

The nationwide effort is being coordinated by the Illinois Family Association. Here are some links to help you:

Important background information:

We STRONGLY encourage all parents to immediately call their schools about tomorrow's event, and keep their children home accordingly!