Your Help Needed: Is Your Local Jr High or High School Allowing “Day of Silence”?

Please read — We need your help!

Day of Silence is an annual event promoted by Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and is scheduled for April 18 this year. (Some schools observe “Day of Silence” on a different date, a few days or a week before or after the official date.)

Last year over 4,000 schools and 500,000 students participated, allowing junior high and high school students who identify as homosexual, bisexual, or “transgender” (or as an “ally”) to remain silent through the day (including in class) as a protest against alleged injustices toward “GLBT” students.

Americans for Truth, Mission America, and other pro-family groups are working together to compile a list of schools that plan to allow “Day of Silence” (including the date of the planned observance).

TAKE ACTION — Please call your local junior high and high school and ask:

  • Do you have a Gay-Straight Alliance?
  • Will any students participate in GLSEN’s “Day of Silence”?
  • If so, will it take place on April 18 or on another date?

Please contact us with what you learn — we’ll need the name of the school, city and state, and the answers to the three questions above.

This article was posted on Wednesday, March 21st, 2007 at 12:49 pm and is filed under Boards, Administrators, Teachers, Counselors, Bullying & Victimhood, Day of Silence, Diversity & Tolerance Propaganda, Gay Straight Alliance, News, Not with MY Tax money!. You can follow any updates to this article through the RSS 2.0 feed.

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