The film Whose Children Are They? Exposing the Hidden Agenda in America’s Schools is showing at theaters across the country on Monday, March 14.
The documentary, which exposes the indoctrination taking place in our nation’s schools, is also available for churches and schools to host a screening from March 15 to April 14.
The film is described as a “groundbreaking and powerfully persuasive documentary featuring brave teachers, empowered parents, and front-line experts who pull back the curtain about what is truly happening in our public schools today.”
Those featured in the film include:
- Rebecca Friedrichs, a public school teacher for 28 years and author of Standing up to Goliath, about her fight against the California Teachers Association. She argued that being forced to pay dues to the liberal union without voluntarily opting in violated her freedom of speech. Friedrichs founded the organization For Kids and Country which exposes radical actions of teachers unions, fights sexualizing of children with inappropriate comprehensive sexuality education and promotes school choice in education.
- Carol Swain, Ph.D., a political scientist and former professor at Princeton and Vanderbilt Universities and co-author, with Christopher Schorr, of Black Eye for America: How Critical Race Theory Is Burning Down the House.
- Virginia Walden-Ford, who was raising her children in Washington, D.C., and became alarmed about the failing, crumbling school system. She organized the grassroots organization D.C. Parents for School Choice. Walden-Ford is the author of a memoir titled School Choice: A Legacy to Keep, and the feature film Miss Virginia is based on her story.
- Andrew Pollack, a businessman whose daughter, Meadow, was murdered in the Stoneman Douglass High School shooting in Parkland, Florida, in 2018. He founded the nonprofit, “Americans for Children’s Lives and School Safety.”
Friedrichs told Fox News, “I’d like parents to understand that the root problem in our schools is the so-called teachers’ unions and their radical agenda — not good teachers.”
She also explained the problems associated with CRT, saying, “The so-called teacher unions and their political allies are heavily pushing CRT in our K-12 schools, colleges and universities.”
“But good teachers reject CRT because it teaches children to judge their peers [based] on the color of their skin instead of the content of their character,” she added.
Fathom Events is promoting the one-day screening of Whose Children Are They? Exposing the Hidden Agenda in America’s Schools, in theaters across the country on March 14.
Churches and schools can also host screenings of the documentary from March 15 to April 14.
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