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Moms Fight Back Against School Porn

They are protecting their kids.

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Alexandra Schweitzer and Julia Zaccaria are two Wisconsin moms who have had enough of pervs grooming kids as young as elementary school age. The moms are determined to do something about it.

Schweitzer and Zaccaria: For years, as parents, we wrongfully assumed the public schools were on our side—that they were doing their best to teach our kids to read and write and leave personal politics out of it. But for many parents across the U.S., the pandemic exposed that public schools were teaching critical race theory, progressive sexual and gender agenda materials and other age-inappropriate concepts to our kids.

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While some parents were struggling before the pandemic, virtual education enlightened many parents about where the public-school establishment’s loyalty really lies. What is most alarming for us is that as we tried to get involved and pushback against our districts in Wisconsin—Oconomowoc and Elmbrook—they attempted to silence us and went as far as having their attorneys send us cease-and-desist letters.

One of us, Alexandra, began pushing back against the Oconomowoc School District in July 2021 when the story broke about the sexually explicit books available to our students at school. I logged on to my son’s Chromebook and accessed a lot of age-inappropriate stuff, especially on the SORA app they use for reading.

It was very upsetting. Some other moms and I wanted to read these books to the school board, but they responded by asking us not to because they were aware, and assured us they were addressing the issue.

Throughout the school year, I heard from parents who were concerned about the materials used in the classroom. I testified in front of the state senate on this topic in support of legislation for parents’ rights.

I had been alerted to a book called “The 57 Bus,” which is about transgenderism, and was used as a teaching source and read aloud to an eighth-grade class. I also shared my conversation with the school board president via email, in which he made clear that he believes that these books should be in the school because he believes in the First Amendment.

Since I’m the state president of No Left Turn, my story was published in our e-newsletter where I wrote about these interactions with the school board and superintendent.

On May 13, I received a cease-and-desist letter from the district’s attorneys saying that if I did not immediately stop with the “inaccuracies” about the district and negative comments about the school board president, they were going to sue me.

Realizing this was an attempt to deny me the First Amendment right to free speech, I contacted the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty—the public interest law firm that is now representing me. The Oconomowoc School District called the matter “closed” on June 28, meaning they will not sue me. However, this leaves me wondering if the cease-and-desist letter was simply a matter of intimidation. I will continue to be a parent advocate in my community.

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Stephen Russell
Stephen Russell
2 months ago

Apply nationwide all public schools only