オン “狐 & 友達,” フェアファックス郡の学校に子供たちが通っていた元ウォールストリートジャーナルのコラムニストは、学校制度で子供たちに提供されている本の例をもたらしました.
The first book she showed, タイトル “A is for Activist,” features an image of an individual in a ski mask. The book was 伝えられるところによると part of a lesson plan from the Virginia Department of Education for third-graders.
“This is the book that then becomes what our children get in our school system,” 彼女は言いました. “And you can see here, this subtle image of a militant. And this is what they are turning our children into – militants.”
Other books she highlighted were “Woke Baby,” “ジェンダークィア,” そして “Not My Idea,” which talks about whiteness being a “deal with the devil.” Nomani said up until a few years ago, she didn’t know who was on the school board in her area but has since become more involved.
“They came after my son’s school. They came after the idea of merit and the American dream. I came here as a four-year-old girl from India believing in the American dream,” 彼女は説明した.
The group of parents all expressed support for Republican gubernatorial candidate グレン・ヨンキン because of his stance on education.
Yvette McKechnie, a mother in Loudoun County, believes that Youngkin stands for teachers and supports the ideals of parents.
“No politics belong in schools at all,” she told Fox News’ エインズリー・イアーハート. “I believe that that’s a parent’s job. And absolutely parents do belong in education.”