Global Strong Cities Cold War,
Child abuse in the classroom:
PEARL LEONA STURGIS·SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2016
Daily Bites of Child Abuse in the Classroom by Phyllis Schlafly :
Eagle Forum President Phyllis Schlafly:#25 Testimony of Carrie Brooks:
“In January of 1982 I became aware of the Title 1x funded Sex Equity Program or the Women’s Educational Equity Act Program (WEEA) in Lincoln County, Oregon, one of 5 counties chosen in United States as a test site to change the thinking pattern of American children.
I became aware something was going on when my 3rd grade daughter came home singing a song she had memorized from a record bought with title 1x funds and the monies from that record went to MS Foundation. My daughter sang: “I hate housework. It is just no fun. Ladies on TV are paid to smile.” While I was trying to teach my daughter the joy of having a clean house and blessings you receive by having a well cared for home, my daughter was being brainwashed by Marlo thomas and Carol Channing on this record.
I then began to investigate what was going on, having no idea of the years of groundwork women activists had given to their pet project funded by the federal government! The ACLU American Civil Liberties Union, say parents have the right to all instructional materials used on their children, yet I was denied material I wanted to see. What they did finally give me was too general or not applicable. Teachers were allowed to use their own information so each school’s system was different in teaching sex equity.
I went to a demonstration site where teachers from all over USA came to see how Lincoln County implemented Title 1x. One of the demonstrations was in a first grade room! The students each had two naked paper dolls. One was male and the other was female. They were asked to dress the dolls with work clothing to show that both genders could work on any job. The thing I found interesting was, there were no dresses.
All clothing was male oriented. hen the teacher had all students sit in a circle while she pulled out objects from a sack. Objects like a pancake turner or a tape measure. Then she would ask who uses this? Mom or Dad? If the student did not answer the way she wanted then the teacher would ask, who else could use this? Finally one little boy raised his hand and answered, “I don’t care!
Men should be doctors and ladies should be nurses!” The teacher then asked the class how many agree? By the tone of her voice the children knew not to raise their hand, so no one did. The little boy was so humiliated by the peer pressure and class manipulation by the teacher that he began to cry. This is classic of the type of discrimination, bias, stereotyping and harassment that this program has included!
(To be continued )
To be Continued in the Next Daily Bites of Global Strong Cities Cold War,series #2
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