Day of Silence 2010
April 16, 2010 by Post Team
Day of Silence 2010:Today is the Day of Silence “, a day to recognize and pay attention to verbal and physical abuse suffered by gay students across the country. Organized by the Gay, Le****n and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), this is the 15th Annual Ceremony of Silence, acknowledged today, April 16.
Write to SheWire, Leslie Dobbins reports:
In response to the spate of stories about bullying in American classrooms, the Gay, Le****n and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) has organized its 15th annual Day of silence for Friday, April 16.
Students across the country will remain silent during class in an effort to draw attention to verbal and physical abuse suffered by hmosxl students.
While more than 5,000 public schools are allowing students affiliated to their advocacy groups, gays and lsbns to participate in the protests, family organizations are calling for families to take their children to school. Their main argument, “which is a disturbing loss of taxpayer dollars and will be used to indoctrinate children to force a pro-hmosxl agenda in schools.”
“I think we should be exploiting public education for this,” said Laurie Higgins, Director of the school for promoting the Illinois Family Institute FoxNews. “There are better ways to use taxpayers’ money. We send our children there to learn the subject and not reluctantly … to be exposed to political protest during instructional time.”
Yesterday there was some confusion about Obama to cancel the National Day of Prayer, but in reality was only the service of the White House on that day Prayer has been canceled. So much so that, as to this issue, are now trend in Google Trends.
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