The following comes from an email from SaveCalifornia.com:
Please distribute SaveCalifornia.com’s Parent Alert to parents in your neighborhood, at work, at your church building, and to parents dropping off and picking up their children outside government schools in your community.
Parents need to know about the perverse indoctrination happening on or around May 22, and resolve to keep their boys and girls home.
Despite the outcry of parents and concerned Californians, in 2009 Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed into law SB 572, which establishes every May 22 as “Harvey Milk Day” in K-12 public schools in California. But for all practical purposes, “Harvey Milk” activities could occur in classrooms and on campuses May 19-23.
Teachers, schools and school districts that participate will teach children to admire the life and values of late homosexual activist Harvey Milk, of whom the bill states: “…perhaps more than any other modern figure, Harvey Milk’s life and political career embody the rise of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) civil rights movement in California, across the nation, and throughout the world.”
Under SB 572, children will perform “suitable commemorative exercises,” remembering the “life,” “accomplishments,” and “contributions” of Harvey Milk — in other words, the entire homosexual-bisexual-transsexual agenda for which Milk advocated.
There is no definition or limit to these “exercises,” which, at participating schools, could be any or all of the unnatural, unhealthy, tyrannical, unbiblical “LGBT” “values” that Milk supported. See what happened to 16-year-old Lauren.
Every teacher or school or school district that opts to celebrate Milk Day is endorsing Milk’s values to impressionable children as young as kindergarten!
This year, May 22, Harvey Milk’s birthday, falls on a Friday. But the danger period is May 18-22. It’s up to teachers, principals, and school districts whether to promote Harvey Milk’s homosexual-bisexual-transsexual agenda to impressionable children. And Harvey Milk Day exercises and activities will occur behind parents’ backs because the law does not require teachers or school officials to seek your permission or even notify you. This is why parents have to quiz teachers and principals to see whether Harvey Milk will be honored in classrooms, in a school assembly, through a school-wide announcement, etc. If you’re not absolutely sure that no administrator or teacher will promote “Harvey Milk” to children, keep your kids home!