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Murrieta parents celebrate school board's parental notification policy for reporting student gender ID transitions; state protests vote -Valley News, August 11, 2023 / After nearly 3 hours of open mic, board discussion at Friday night special meeting, TVUSD board votes unanimously to accept controversial 'Social Studies Alive!' K-5 textbook curriculum -- with conditions -Valley News, July 22, 2023 / Calif. state official escorted out of school board meeting on gender policy -Daily Wire, July 21, 2023 / Temecula school board to vote again on social studies curriculum in special meeting, Friday, July 21, 7:30 p.m. (Livestream available) -Press Enterprise, July 20, 2023 / Chino Valley School Board votes 4-1 teachers to notify parents if a student is changing gender identity, pronouns, choosing opposite sex bathroom in school; Calif. uninvited Calif. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond booted from meeting -Press Enterprise, July 21, 2023 / Calif. school superintendent kicked out, 'verbally attacked' at Chino Valley school board meeting -FOX KTVU, July 21, 2023 / Newsom announces contract to secure textbooks for students in Temecula -Office of Governor Newsom, July 19, 2023 / Temecula Valley school board trustee warns of impending AB 1078, clarifies her position to protect student's, parent's rights and uphold educational statutes (warning: vulgar word images from script excerpt of 'Angels over America' assigned in local drama class) -Valley News, July 14, 2023 / Temecula Valley school board president responds to Newsom's threatening tweet -Valley News, July 14, 2023 / Newsom orders state to send social studies textbooks to Temecula school district -- proposes $1.5 million fine -SF Chronicle, July 13, 2023 / California state senator tells parents to grab their kids and 'flee' state amid proposed AB 957 that would take kids away from non-affirming parents -Daily Signal, June 13, 2023 / Temecula Valley USD under investigation by California Dept. of Education after Harvey Milk/social studies curriculum flap -East BayTimes, June 12, 2023 / Why Gavin Newsom, state leaders are paying attention to Temecula's newly elected conservative majority school board -Press Enterprise, June 10, 2023 / 'Challenge accepted!' says TVUSD Board president responding to Gov. Newsom threat -Valley News, June 8, 2023 / Temecula school board president calls Harvey Milk 'pedophile' before book banning vote (Ed. Note: CBS News editorialized the Board supervisor's 'pedophile' May 16 meeting statement (referring to Milk) as 'baseless,' however click here to view references for the charge), CBS News, June 5, 2023 / Covenant shooter will haunt kids 'from beyond the grave' if writings are released, parents say -WSMV4, May 31, 2023 / Parent approaches Temecula Unified School District Board Meeting with excerpts from assigned local high school drama class material containing sexually explicit content, sexual violence (video) -Our Watch, May 16, 2023 / ACLJ Lawsuit: Nevada public school forces child to perform pornographic script, lies to parents and bans mom from reading script to school board -American Center for Law & Justice, May 11, 2023 / Bishop Unified School District to Pay $400,000 and Conduct Training for All Employees in Settlement Agreement for Harming Students During COVID-19 Pandemic -Health Freedom Defense, May 11, 2023 / English court rules 4-year old can be forced to join LGBTQ Pride Parade (video) -CBN News, May 4, 2023 / SoCal Christian teacher fired for refusing to comply with public school gender ideology, 'lie to parents' -Advocates for Faith & Freedom, March 22, 2023 / Federal lawsuit filed challengiing CA Dept. of Social Services cancellation of church school from child food program -Advocates for Faith & Freedom, March 16, 2023 / SoCal teacher says she was fired for not hiding student's gender preferences from parents -Eyewitness News, March 14, 2023 / Murrieta's 'Our Watch' files lawsuit challenging California's Transgender Sanctuary Bill -Press Release, Advocates for Faith & Freedom, March 7, 2023 / RivCo-based nonprofit sues California over constitutionality of transgender sanctuary law -KESQ, March 7, 2023 / Our Watch, a parental rights nonprofit based in Murrieta, files federal lawsuit over California's 'sanctuary state' legislative-passed law for in-state or out-of-state minors seeking transgender procedures -FOX News, March 7, 2023 / During the unprecedented 2020-21 COVID-19 lockdowns, a California church became the target of an unprecedented government surveillance operation -Silent Lunch, March 5, 2023 / California Teacher is fired after refusing to hide gender transitions from parents and saying it went against her beliefs: 'I realized that I couldn't be a Christian and a teacher' -Daily Mail, February 15, 2023 / Chico woman files federal lawsuit against Chico USD, claims violation of 14th Amenedment over district counselor allegedly 'facilitating social transition' of plaintiff's daughter -Chico Enterprise Record, January 14, 2023 / New Evangelical school board majority exposes deep polarization in Temecula -EdSource, December 19, 2022 / Conservative Christians eye control of southwest RivCo school boards -Patch, November 9, 2022 / Conservative Christian PAC's 7 school board candidates running in Lake Elsinore, Murrieta, Temecula -Press Enterprise, August 17, 2022 / Shocking sexual Indoctrination in California's K-12 public schools - Tipping Point video interview with Brad Dacus of Pacific Justice Institute / The Transgender Movement took this California mom's daughter's life (YouTube) -Daily Signal, March 23, 2022
1. Woke US Navy names ship after accused pedophile Harvey Milk -PM., November 8, 2021;
3. "In a 1982 biography of Milk, 'The Mayor of Castro Street,' the late journalist Randy Shilts ('And the Band Played On') describes a relationship he said Milk, then 33, had with a 16-year old named John Galen McKinley. McKinley was living with another man 'when he came in one day to announce that a handsome businessman twice his age was vying for his affection,' a passage on page 30 read. '... Within a few weeks, McKinley moved into Harvey Milk's Upper West Side apartment (in New York City). They bought a dog named Trick, a cat they callled Trade and settled into a middle class domestice marriage. At thirty-three, Milk was launching a new life, though he could hardly have imagined the unlikely direction toward which his new lover would pull him,' Shilts wrote."
'The Mayor of Castro Street' book excerpt from: 'Curriculum that mentions SF gay rights leader Harvey Milk blocked by Southern California school board' -East Bay Times, June 5, 2023
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