Hate Group Calls On More School Districts To Follow Miami’s Lead And Ban Recognition Of LGBTQ History

Via email from the Family Research Council:

On Wednesday, the Miami-Dade School Board, which represents the nation’s fourth-largest school district, voted against a measure that would have recognized October as “LGBTQ history month.” The vote follows an August 23 school board election in which Miami-Dade was flipped to a conservative majority. The vote marks the first time in recent memory that one of the largest school districts in the country (at 357,000 students) has voted to decline the recognition of a “history month” dedicated to controversial sexual lifestyles.

“Who better than the Cuban-American refugee community in Miami-Dade to reject political indoctrination through public schools,” said Meg Kilgannon, senior fellow for the Family Research Council. Newly elected Miami-Dade school board members Roberto Alonso and Monica Colucci are the children of Cuban immigrants. “We look forward to seeing more stories like this one, when school board members demonstrate responsiveness to parents and defend parental rights and the innocence of children,” Kilgannon concluded.

You’ll note that no mention is made that the Proud Boys rallied and screamed anti-LGBTQ abuse outside the school board’s meeting.