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MessagePosté le: Dim 12 Mar - 23:58 (2017)    Sujet du message: THE CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S PARTICIPATION CONSORTIUM FOR WALES AND THE PARTICIPATION UNIT Répondre en citant



THE CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S PARTICIPATION CONSORTIUM FOR WALES AND THE PARTICIPATION UNIT





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MessagePosté le: Ven 17 Mar - 06:47 (2017)    Sujet du message: FRANCE : NANTES. UNE ASSOCIATION DE JEUNESSE SUBVENTIONNEE PAR LA MAIRIE ORGANISE UNE EXPOSITION SUR LES STEREOTYPES DE GENRE DANS LES JOUETS Répondre en citant

FRANCE : NANTES. UNE ASSOCIATION DE JEUNESSE SUBVENTIONNEE PAR LA MAIRIE ORGANISE UNE EXPOSITION SUR LES STEREOTYPES DE GENRE DANS LES JOUETS

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16/03/2017 – 07h30 Nantes (Breizh-Info.com) –   L’association TriptiC, pépinière d’initiatives 16-25 ans à la Bottière, un quartier « sensible » nantais, a organisé du 6 au 11 mars à la maison de quartier éponyme une (petite) exposition sur les stéréotypes de genre dans les jouets.

Ladite exposition, présentée sur trois portants au premier étage de la maison de quartier, à quelques pas du local de l’association, se finissait par un appel à « emmener vos filles au rayon garçon et vos garçons au rayon fille » pour leur offrir des jouets, puisque « comment pouvons-nous nous épanouir si dès le plus jeune âge on ne nous propose qu’un seul schéma aliénant pour les femmes comme pour les hommes » ?

Organisée en lien avec le collectif féministe Mix-cités, l’exposition répétait servilement le blabla des tenants de la théorie du genre, selon lequel les jouets forment l’identité de genre des hommes et des femmes, et que le sexe n’est pas une donnée biologique. Sur les panneaux étaient présentées des illustrations de jouets tirées de catalogues, auxquelles étaient ajoutés des slogans des tenants de la théorie du genre : par exemple une petite fille avec son aspirateur-jouet, « princesse un jour, boniche toujours », ou un jeune garçon et son télescope jouet, flanqué d’un slogan « tu accapareras le savoir, mon fils », tout ça pour critiquer le fait que les filles soient surreprésentées dans les filières littéraires ou sociales.

Il n’y a aucune remise en question du discours des tenants de la théorie du genre, aucune réflexion non plus sur les objectifs du féminisme… ou des auteurs des ouvrages recommandés, comme l’écrivain pour enfants Thierry Lenain qui a bourré sa prose pour enfants de ses engagements adultes (anti-racisme, propagande du métissage, anti-racisme, anti-ethnocentrisme etc.). Tant pis pour Léo Lagrange, qui affirmait lui « il ne peut s’agir dans un pays démocratique de caporaliser les distractions et les plaisirs des masses populaires et de transformer la joie habilement distribuée en moyen de ne pas penser ».

Le nom de l’association TritiC signifie « trip » (parcours) en trois C (convivialité, culture, citoyenneté). C’est une émanation de la Fédération Léo Lagrange Ouest, qui s’est vu confier en 2012 par la mairie de Nantes l’accompagnement des initiatives des jeunes de 16-25 ans sur Nantes-est (Doulon/Bottière) ; une association similaire existe depuis plus longtemps à Nantes-nord, l’EclectiC. L’association finance les projets de jeunes dans le domaine culturel, sur des chantiers d’insertion ou pour qu’ils partent en vacances. La Fédération Léo Lagrange ouest est elle-même une branche de la fédération Léo Lagrange, créée par Pierre Mauroy en 1950 alors qu’il était premier secrétaire du PS. La mairie de Nantes étant socialiste, on reste en famille.

Au conseil municipal du 1er avril 2016 la mairie de Nantes a versé une subvention de 322,289 € à l’association Léo Lagrange ouest pour ses pépinières d’initiatives 16/25 à la Bottière et aux quartiers nord. Dans le détail, il y a 316.000 € de « fonctionnement » et 6289 € pour des projets culturels divers, tels que démonstration de sports urbains sénégalais, concert de rap ou de hip-hop, spectacle de danse moderne, création d’un baby-foot en métal à partir de matériaux recyclés (!) etc. Le conseil municipal du 17 juin 2016 rajoute 620 € pour un défilé de mode sur le miroir d’Eau.

Le conseil municipal du 9 décembre 2016 permet l’établissement d’une nouvelle pompe à fric pour Léo Lagrange ouest et la fédération d’éducation populaire « les Francas », tout aussi passablement gauchiste. En effet, « le projet nantais  »Agir ensemble pour l’émancipation des jeunes » est lauréat de l’appel à projets  »Projets innovants en faveur de la jeunesse » piloté par l’ANRU » et la Ville de Nantes a signé une convention avec ladite agence. Elle constitue à son tour un accord de groupement avec les villes d’Orvault, Rezé, Saint-Herblain, à savoir « deux tiers de la population de l’agglomération et l’ensemble des quartiers prioritaires », l’association de la fondation étudiante pour la ville, l’atelier des initiatives, le CRIJ des Pays de Loire, entreprises dans la Cité, les Francas, la maison des Adolescents de Loire-Atlantique, parcours le Monde et… Léo Lagrange ouest.
L’objectif de cette alliance de collectivités de gauche et de droite est de redistribuer les gros sous du contribuable : « en sa qualité de porteur de projet et de chef de file de l’accord de groupement, la ville de Nantes sera amenée à redistribuer aux partenaires maîtres d’ouvrage leur quote-part de subvention ANRU et à solliciter des participations financières auprès de tous les partenaires ». Jackpot !

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MessagePosté le: Sam 18 Mar - 00:43 (2017)    Sujet du message: CANADA : MANDATORY GENDER PRONOUNS FOR CHILDREN??! BILL 89 IS OUT OF CONTROL Répondre en citant

CANADA : MANDATORY GENDER PRONOUNS FOR CHILDREN??! BILL 89 IS OUT OF CONTROL



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Bill 89 is seeking to force child protection, foster and adoption service providers, and judges to recognize a child’s sexual orientation and gender identity and gender expression and in this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth outlines the major issues with this horrendous bill. Support us on Patreon ➜ http://www.patreon.com/PressForTruth


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MessagePosté le: Ven 24 Mar - 15:42 (2017)    Sujet du message: CANADA : PDSB : “RELIGION DOES HAVE A PLACE IN SECULAR SCHOOLS” Répondre en citant

CANADA : PDSB : “RELIGION DOES HAVE A PLACE IN SECULAR SCHOOLS”
 
Posted by: CIJnews Staff March 23, 2017

Peel District School Board (PDSB) has published an official document clarifying the “key facts” in relation to the religious accommodation in the public schools, and specifically addressing the public debate over PDSB’s recent decision to allow more accommodation for Muslim students.

PDSB emphasizes its legal obligation to provide religious accommodation and accuses those who oppose the Friday prayer of running a “campaign against Islam”:

There has been a lot of talk lately about religious accommodation in the Peel District School Board. Debate and conversation are welcomed. But with this issue there has often been an effort to counter a clear legal requirement with deliberate misinformation. That is not acceptable. We take our legal obligations seriously, as we do our board commitment to genuine inclusion. We want all students to feel safe and welcomed—that is the foundation for their personal excellence. To help clarify, here are some important facts that are often misinterpreted…

It has been frustrating and disheartening to see what is often hatred and prejudice towards a single faith group disguised in a supposed campaign about religion in schools. No one has expressed concern about school-wide celebration of Diwali, or that we provide vegetarian options in food, or post posters acknowledging all major faith days, including Christmas.  — counter to the laws of the Country, the Ontario Human Rights Code, and our board values.

PDSB presents the following “key facts”:
  • All school boards are required to have a religious accommodation procedure.
  • Religious accommodation has been taking place in Peel schools for over 15 years.
  • Trustees have heard and continue to listen to the public regarding religious accommodation.
  • The board does not favour one faith over another.
  • Religion does have a place in secular schools, if accommodations are requested.
  • Friday Prayer does not negatively impact student learning.
  • There is no cost or undue hardship in providing accommodation for Friday Prayer.
  • Accommodation is different depending on the family’s faith and beliefs.
  • There is also a legal requirement for the board to allow religious clubs at the request of students.
  • Although staff will be supervising Friday Prayer, the board cannot interfere with the practice of the faith.
  • There is a significant difference between the Ontario court removal of the Lord’s Prayer and religious accommodation.
  • The Ontario Human Rights Code has precedence over any other Code or Act.
  • The Peel board does not tolerate any campaigns that discriminate against a faith.

For more information click HERE.

See also: PDSB-approved Friday prayer warns Muslims of Jews and Christians (click HERE)

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MessagePosté le: Sam 25 Mar - 05:28 (2017)    Sujet du message: SCHOOLS OF MONTGOMERY : HATE SPEECH OR FREEDOM OF SPEECH? Répondre en citant

SCHOOLS OF MONTGOMERY  : HATE SPEECH OR FREEDOM OF SPEECH? 




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MessagePosté le: Mar 28 Mar - 21:24 (2017)    Sujet du message: SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER ASKS 1 SIMPLE QUESTION ABOUT MUSLIMS, THEN AL HELL BREAKS LOOSE Répondre en citant

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER ASKS 1 SIMPLE QUESTION ABOUT MUSLIMS, THEN AL HELL BREAKS LOOSE

There is a serious problem infiltrating into American society: having to be politically correct about everything one says or does.

Even the mildest of social media posts will get some form of backlash from social justice warriors who think that they should be able to lambast anyone who doesn’t agree with their ideals on what is politically correct or not.

Recently, all hell broke loose after a school board chairwoman shared the following message: “Muslims hate pork, beer, dogs, bikinis, Jesus, and freedom of speech. My question is, what the hell do they come to America for?!” (via Pilot Online)

This has led to uproar in different circles, most notably by Muslim organizations that have been condemning this woman. Christie New Craig has held her position since 2014 and has clarified that she had no intention of offending anyone with the post she shared.

While she said she would talk with anyone who got offended by it, she should not be made to apologize for this.

This is just another case of Muslim groups jumping on a story and using it as a bat to bash American people with. Many Muslim groups have seen the post and have called it “saddening and disappointing” that this post was shared by a woman involved in education.

While they cry about her comments, she is merely telling the truth! We hear Muslims complain about all of this and more in regards to our country. So, the question remains, what do they like about America?

Muslim leaders are trying to play the pity game when it is they who are often the ones encouraging radicals to perform heinous actions. They are the people who should be apologizing to the American people for causing so much trouble and tension in our society, not the other way around.

Unfortunately, it looks like the chairwoman could be facing investigation and maybe even lose her job because of this. They are trying to get rid of a woman who has helped so many children over the years simply due to her asking an honest question about people causing so many problems in our society today.

There have been no comments made publicly by the school board in the area, but the Council on American-Islamic Relations are demanding that she be investigated.

New Craig has already apologized to these people, even though she didn’t do anything wrong. This is just another shameful case of political correctness gone wrong.

What do you think about this controversy? Please share this story on Facebook and tell us because we want to hear YOUR voice!

http://www.angrypatriotmovement.com/school-board-asks-1-question/


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HOMESCHOOLING GETTING BANNED - YOU WILL COMPLY OR ELSE.. GAME OVER

HOMESCHOOLING = Child abuse



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MessagePosté le: Jeu 6 Avr - 06:12 (2017)    Sujet du message: ISLAM AUX ETATS-UNIS : DEUX MERES DE FAMILLE DU NEW JERSEY MISES AU PILORI POUR AVOIR DENONCE L'ENDOCTRINEMENT MUSULMAN A L'ECOLE DE LEURS ENFANTS Répondre en citant

ISLAM AUX ETATS-UNIS : DEUX MERES DE FAMILLE DU NEW JERSEY MISES AU PILORI POUR AVOIR DENONCE L'ENDOCTRINEMENT MUSULMAN A L'ECOLE DE LEURS ENFANTS

3 avril 2017 15 h 00 min·



Nancy Gayer et Libby Hilsenrath sont aujourd’hui mises au pilori par leur communauté locale de Chatham, New Jersey aux Etats-Unis, pour s’être indignées sur la chaîne conservatrice Fox TV de ce que les enfants d’un collège public de cette ville fassent l’objet d’un endoctrinement musulman. Les enfants de cinquième y étaient invités à apprendre, dans le cadre d’une vidéo de propagande islamique : « Que Dieu nous aide tous à trouver la vraie foi, l’islam. » Les deux femmes sont aujourd’hui défendues par le très sérieux Thomas More Law Center (TMLC) qui a décidé de les représenter au vu de la gravité des faits.
 
Les deux femmes sont mères de deux garçons scolarisés dans différentes classes de ce niveau à la Chatham Middle School, qui ont utilisé ce matériel de propagande. Elles sont allées faire part de leurs inquiétudes auprès du conseil de l’éducation publique de Chatham dès le 6 février dernier lors d’une rencontre publique. Le responsable du conseil, Michael LaSusa, leur indiqua d’emblée qu’il n’était pas probable que le programme fût modifié. Le lendemain, il refusait de les recevoir à titre privé comme elles l’avaient demandé.
 
L’islam avance aux Etats-Unis

 
Tout avait commencé avec un dessin animé intitulé « Cinq piliers », où l’on voit un garçon musulman jouer au football avec un ami non musulman, un petit blond. Le petit Youssouf enseigne à son camarade les cinq piliers de l’Islam, tandis que la profession de foi islamique s’incruste sur l’image. Le gamin blanc, tout abattu parce que son ami part pour la prière de midi, se remet à sourire lorsque Youssouf l’invite à l’accompagner à la mosquée. L’ensemble de la présentation est sucrée, montrant l’islam comme une religion de paix et de développement personnel des vertus, capable de relier l’homme à Dieu créateur de toutes choses.
 
Une autre vidéo, également montrée aux élèves, a été découverte par la suite par Richard Thompson, président du TMLC. Sur fond de chants arabes planants, on y découvre une sorte de petit « catéchisme » de l’islam, « phare qui brille face à l’obscurité de la répression, de la ségrégation, de l’intolérance et du racisme ». C’est cette vidéo qui s’achève sur les mots présentés comme une prière : « Que Dieu nous aide tous à trouver la foi véritable, l’islam, Amin. »
 
Les deux femmes, Nancy Gayer et Libby Hilsenrath ont subi de nombreuses attaques depuis qu’elles ont commencé à faire campagne contre ces manœuvres d’endoctrinement. Dénoncées comme sectaires, islamophobes, haineuses, ignorantes, xénophobes, intolérantes, racistes, bornées, tristes et ignorantes sur les réseaux sociaux, elles ont fait face à une hostilité encore plus grande dès l’instant où elles ont raconté leur histoire dans le cadre du Tucker Carlson Show sur Fox News.
 
Deux mères du New Jersey osent dénoncer l’endoctrinement musulman à l’école

 
D’aucuns ont prétendu que leurs réactions étaient totalement démesurées dans la mesure où les jeunes du collège sont supposés apprendre la culture religieuse et qu’il ne s’agissait donc que de leur faire découvrir l’islam.
 
Mais cela s’est fait à travers des instruments de propagande créés par des responsables musulmans et dont la visée apologétique est évidente. À cela s’ajoute le choix des enseignants de ne présenter que l’islam dans le cadre de ce cours. Comme le dit Nancy Gayer : « Il n’est tout simplement pas juste que dans le cadre de cette unité d’études le district scolaire de Chatham n’ait enseigné qu’une religion à l’exclusion de toutes les autres, et que la communauté se soit montrée si hostile et si peu accueillante à notre égard, simplement parce que nous avons soulevé des questions légitimes en tant que parents inquiets. »
 
Les deux femmes s’étaient contentées de demander que les responsables éducatifs de la localité revoient le programme obligatoire en demandant que l’on cesse de donner ce cours sur l’islam ou que l’on passe autant de temps à l’étude du christianisme et d’autres religions.
 
Des vidéos de propagande réalisées par des prosélytes musulmans
 
Mme Gayer a tenu par ailleurs à rappeler que lorsque son fils était en huitième, on l’avait empêché d’inclure dans une vidéo créée par la classe pour demander des vêtements chauds pour les enfants pauvres, cette phrase de la Bible : « Celui qui prête aux pauvres, prête au Seigneur. » L’enseignante avait contacté la mère de famille pour lui dire que cette citation « est à sa place au catéchisme, pas en classe ».
 
De son côté, Richard Thompson a déclaré : « La promotion de l’islam est pire que ce que ces mères de famille ont présenté chez Tucker Carlson. Après avoir vu l’une des vidéos que les élèves de cinquième ont été contraints à regarder, je ne peux imaginer qu’une personne objective puisse dire qu’il ne s’agit pas d’endoctrinement islamique. (…) Libby et Nancy auraient dû être félicitées plutôt que d’être mises au pilori. »
 
Pour la petite histoire, Chatham, 9.000 habitants, est jumelée avec le gros bourg d’Esternay dans la Marne. Si le jumelage servait à autre chose qu’à promouvoir un monde sans frontières, ses habitants pourraient peut-être être invités à soutenir les courageuses mères de famille !
 
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MessagePosté le: Mer 12 Avr - 00:54 (2017)    Sujet du message: “CONVERSATIONS AREN'T ENOUGH” Répondre en citant




“CONVERSATIONS AREN'T ENOUGH”


Number 55: Spring 2017



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Nikole Hannah-Jones is an award-winning investigative reporter and staff writer for The New York Times Magazine. She is also a major voice covering racial segregation in U.S. schools and the lived experiences of students of color. Hannah-Jones spoke with Teaching Tolerance about the barriers to equitable, integrated schools and classrooms and why we must find ways to overcome them.

How did you start writing about school segregation?

The only reason I ever wanted to be a journalist was to write about race and racism. That’s what inspired me to want to write. That’s what inspired me to want to chronicle the stories of people who looked like me in communities that I grew up in. I think that’s why I always loved history and journalism even as a child; I would look around and just see how differently people who lived in black communities lived compared to people who lived in white communities. I really wanted to understand why that was.

My very first job out of grad school was to cover a majority-black, heavily segregated school district in Durham, North Carolina. For me, just the only way to cover that school district was to be writing about school segregation and the impact. This would have been about 2003, so right after No Child Left Behind gets passed and you’re starting to see the results of this decision to engage in high-stakes testing and to say, “We’re not going to try to break up poverty and racial isolation. We’re just going to hold these poor black schools to very high standards. We’re going to hold them to the same standards as white, middle-class schools.” … You’re hearing about turnaround schools and you’re seeing principals and staff being removed at these high-poverty schools, and I’m a beat reporter who’s spending a lot of time in these schools and really seeing the futility of it all. That’s how I started writing about segregation.

How does racial segregation create and uphold school-based inequalities, specifically along racial lines?

Clearly from the founding of this country and from the founding of public education in this country, both of them were built on a racial caste system that put black citizens on the bottom. And so when we look at data, we know there’s never been a single point in the history of this country where black students in black schools have received the same educational opportunities. … That’s why integration is so critical because that has been the only way that we have been able to ensure equal educational opportunities. …

When I say integration, I don’t mean just within a building, but I mean integrated classrooms. Because in a system that privileges white students, when black and brown kids are sitting next to those students, they’re going to get what the white students get. When they are not, then they do not get what the white students get.

At this point, I think we need to understand [that] when … half of all schoolchildren are black and Latino and very soon half of all children born in this country will not be white, if you marginalize those students and keep half of your population from receiving a quality education, that’s going to hurt everyone. It’s not just going to hurt black and brown kids anymore, because you are keeping half of your population from being able to go on and get the education to be the leaders in our society, to come up with the next new innovation, to be the lawyers or the doctors, or the schoolteachers or the professors.

What arguments against school integration do you hear when you’re talking to parents, families and educators in the field?

I think the biggest argument that you hear is that it just politically won’t work. I think what you hear is white parents are not going to go into these schools. If you try to force white parents to put their children in integrated schools, those white parents will withdraw from the system, they’ll pay for private schools or they’ll move to an area where there is no racial diversity. What you hear over and over is that it’s too hard. You don’t hear people saying it’s not the best thing for children; you hear people saying it’s too challenging.

I think the argument that you hear from black parents is that integration always came on the backs of black children and that it was black children who had to leave their neighborhoods. It was black schools that have been closed down, black teachers and principals [who] were laid off, and at this point, that the burdens have been too high and not enough payoff. I think those are the arguments that you hear from black parents: … integration has never been equally borne, and an unwillingness to keep chasing white families who don’t want their children around their kids.



In your reporting, you often focus on the lived experiences of black students who attend or have attended segregated schools. What common themes and topics do they raise?

I think the most common thing—and the most devastating thing—is they understand why they’re in segregated schools. They understand that society as a whole does not value them. … They also know that they are not receiving the same education that their peers in white schools are. They understand that link between race and resources very clearly. … [T]hey’ll say, “They don’t think we’re good enough.” “They don’t think we’re as smart as them.” “They don’t want their kids around us.” “We don’t get the same things that they get.” This is the thing that we as adults want to pretend: one, that these things aren’t true, and two, that somehow kids aren’t smart enough to understand that. But they absolutely are.

What do you see as the biggest barriers to achieving school integration?

The biggest barrier is lack of will. I think what I try to show in my work is, again, you always hear that it’s too hard. Segregation was not easy to create. There was a lot of effort that went into creating segregated schools and neighborhoods and a lot of resources from the federal government, down to the local government, down to the private citizen. But we were willing to do that because all of those resources were being put toward benefiting white students and white families. We are unwilling to put those same resources to making the system more equal, so I think … the biggest barrier is a lack of will, and there’s still a lot of racism and discrimination that we have to overcome.

There’s been research and studies that show that white parents say that they want integrated schools or say that the only thing that matters about schools is test scores, but when they’re actually making the selections, the racial makeup of the school, particularly how black a school is, plays a larger role than the test scores or the reputation of the school. I think that is probably the most difficult thing to overcome: … the fear that white parents have of large numbers of black children and the belief that the more black students you have in a school, the less safe that school is and that those students are not, as a whole, as smart or dedicated as their own children.

How can educators build awareness around school segregation and take action to bring about change?

I have seen a lot of conversations in the last few years, and I know that my work has spurred a lot of conversations, but conversations aren’t enough. So while adults are talking about the problem, there are children in these classrooms right now who are being deprived of the education that they deserve and who are going to face lifelong consequences for that. The only thing I would say is communities need to decide if this is intolerable, that it is untenable and that it is unjust, and then they need to fix it. It’s not my role as a journalist to say how, and it’s going to be different … in every community, but I think my role as a journalist is to not let us ignore what we’re doing to children.

Is there anything else we haven’t talked about that you want the readers of Teaching Tolerance to know?

The only thing I guess I would add is we don’t do our children a service by pretending that racial injustice does not still exist, that all-black classrooms, all-Latino classrooms, all-white classrooms are not created, and that kids aren’t noticing this and coming to their own conclusions. I think our job as a society and the job of educators is to have these conversations, to give students the language to understand their world and the context to understand their world. But teachers need to have that context in order to do it, and I just don’t think enough teachers place a priority on that.

Desegregation and Integration Aren’t the Same

Nikole Hannah-Jones explains the difference between school desegregation and school integration.

“Desegregation is largely what happened in many communities, which meant you no longer had all-white schools or all-black schools. You would have some level of racial mixing, but it wouldn’t be integrated, meaning it wouldn’t reflect the racial makeup of a town.

“Integration to me means that you have schools that reflect the metropolitan area racially, and where there’s power-sharing in that school and where even the classrooms are racially mixed … [and offer] equal access to the same types of courses and instruction.”

Check Out These Highlights of Nikole Hannah-Jones’ Recent Work

Choosing a School for My Daughter in a Segregated City
In this article published in The New York Times Magazine, Hannah-Jones chronicles how she and her husband “surrendered their advantage” when they chose to send their daughter to a segregated public school.

The Problem We All Live With: Part One
Hannah-Jones teams up with the radio program This American Life to examine the unintentional desegregation plan of Missouri’s Normandy School District—the district from which Michael Brown graduated.

Segregation Now
Coinciding with the 60th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, Hannah-Jones reports for ProPublica on the resegregation of city schools in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

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By K. Campbell
on October 7, 2016 at 9:57am

The mother of a teenager in Tennessee was outraged when she saw what her daughter’s middle school was teaching its students about religion.

Michelle Edmisten demanded that Bluff City Middle School in Sullivan County pull a textbook from the curriculum because of its chapter on the Islamic faith, WJHL reported. But when the school board refused to take the situation seriously, the irate mother continued to voice her concerns to them and to local media.

Edmisten believed that the amount of information the school was feeding her child about Islam was contrary to their family’s Christian beliefs and decision to raise their daughter with Christian values.

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“It is time as parents, teachers and administrators we stand up and take back our families, our schools and our country,” Edmisten said at a school board meeting.

Although she was reportedly the only parent willing to speak out about the issue, she didn’t back down from her stance.

“I would like to see the Pearson book yanked from the school immediately. I would like to see parents, Christians, veterans, anyone that’s anyone, stand up for this fight,” she continued.

“How can I, as a Christian, say that I have these values? And I want to instill these values in my daughter, but then say, ‘It’s OK, go ahead and do it’?” she said.
You can watch local coverage here:

While the school board listened to the mother’s concerns, it essentially ignored them, telling Edmisten that changing the curriculum anytime soon would be too difficult but that it would “look into it.”
 
Many schools have avoided any mention of, much less teaching, the Christian faith and Christian values, but apparently teaching our kids about Islam is somehow appropriate.

H/T Mad World News

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Kevin and Marilyn Ryan
Friday, April 14, 2017
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Today, the American college campus is where religious faith goes to die. Research shows that even on many Catholic campuses, the faith of Catholic students is weaker at graduation than at the time they enter as freshmen.




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Thirty years ago, Hollywood broke with its tradition of escapist fluff and gave us "The Mission," a brilliant, historical film about Jesuit missionaries sent in the name of Christ to Peru. This year the industry again broke with tradition and gave us another breathtaking film, "Silence," about Jesuit missionaries sent to 17th Century Japan. In both cases, the efforts of the missionaries to counter paganism do not end well.

Today, the American college campus is where religious faith goes to die. Research shows that even on many Catholic campuses, the faith of Catholic students is weaker at graduation than at the time they enter as freshmen. As a student's faith erodes, it is typically replaced by a cynical materialism and a sexually casual life style. The virtues learned at home and church fade and are reduced to that one favorite virtue of the academy: tolerance. Or, at least tolerance for all except offenses against Mother Earth.

Today, however, the American campus is experiencing a counter-attack from a new army of missionaries, the missionaries of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students or FOCUS. Started in 1998 by a dynamic Catholic evangelist, Curtis Martin, and blessed by St. John Paul II, during the 2016-2017 academic year nearly 600 missionaries are serving full-time on 125 college campuses, located across 38 U.S. states and in two pilot locations in Austria. In Boston, there are FOCUS missionaries at MIT, Harvard, and Boston University.

FOCUS describes itself as a "Catholic apostolate which shares the hope and joy of the Gospel with college and university students and sends them out into lifelong Catholic mission." But how do they do that? First, these recent college graduates are given a summer of intensive training on Church teaching, Bible study, prayer and evangelization, a training that continues over their two-year, voluntary commitment. Second, missionaries are formed into four-person teams -- two men and two women -- and assigned to a college or university, one where the team has support of the local bishop and campus chaplaincy. Third, and armed with Christ's great mission to us all, "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations" (Matt. 28:19), they engage with students in one-on-one, face-to-face Christian fellowship.

The teams of four live off-campus, but concentrate their work entirely on-campus. They invite students to join Bible study groups, initiate discussion groups, and provide a needed sense of community for students who are often at sea on large, impersonal campuses. Many missionaries lead students on life-changing FOCUS Mission trips around the world.

Their work with students is single-focused and all-consuming. No part-time jobs. Missionaries take a de facto vow of poverty. Like so many of today's college grads, they have debts, but still, like missionaries of old, are their own fund raisers. In itself, this is a lesson in Christian humility. [More about that below.] So, while their friends are starting in business or graduate school, each missionary makes a great big gift of two full years of service to the Church and to us, the Catholic community.

Since 2004, more than 5,000 college students and FOCUS staff have traveled the globe on hundreds of mission trips. During the 2016-2017 academic year, FOCUS Missions will host nearly 125 trips in 45 countries. Each year in January, FOCUS holds a huge, national conference. This year nearly 13,000 people attended SEEK2017, most of them college students.

At this year's conference, a Harvard senior, Maggie Hartman, reported: "I went to SEEK to encounter Christ in his people, both in the 13,000 college students who were there as well as in the clergy, religious, speakers, and missionaries who are so beautifully and faithfully living out their vocations in Christ. And, wow, did that happen!! SEEK was an incredible testament to the living Church. During SEEK, I was most moved by encountering God's overwhelming love in the sacraments and in adoration....Now back at campus, this experience is helping me to live out my faith and efforts at evangelization with the reminder that Christ desires above all else for me to know his love, his thirst for me."

Father Michael Drea, until recently the Harvard chaplain, said this about the missionaries with whom he worked: "I am most proud of my decision to bring FOCUS to the campus. The effort of the four missionaries who work with the chaplains has been a game changer for us, inspiring young people to live their faith wherever they are."

FOCUS has been a rich source of vocations to the religious life. To date, the number is 605: 477 men and 128 women. And more than 20,000 FOCUS alumni have been prepared to evangelize parishes throughout the country. By 2022, FOCUS expects to launch 75,000 alumni into America's 17,000-plus Catholic parishes. Those numbers represent the march of the new evangelization that recent popes have been calling for.

The missionaries are on fire with friendship and the faith, and they are getting results. These missionary stories are ending better than those portrayed in the film cited above. Their experiences give them firm grounding on what the Christian life is all about. They change others and change themselves.

Learn more about the work of FOCUS at www.focus.org.

Kevin and Marilyn Ryan, editors of "Why I'm Still a Catholic," worship at St. Lawrence Church in Brookline, Mass.

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THIS IS HOW YOU WIN A CAMPAIGN AGAINST TRANSPHOBIA


Step 1: Center trans people in the fight.
Leon Weiler, of Cambridge, Mass., top, holds a flag while standing with other protesters in support of transgender rights. Credit: AP Photo/Steven Senne)

Early on a Saturday morning in March, Trans United Fund (TUF) board co-chair Hayden Mora received a phone call from a concerned mother in the Chicago suburb of Palatine, Illinois. She told him how a national hate group, Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), had been working with anti-equality state legislators and local hate groups to target trans kids in their district for over a year.

She and 30 other moms had been meeting on a daily basis in recent months, calling and going door to door in their neighborhoods to talk to community members, but they were worried about an upcoming school board election.

“She knew that ADF was a multi-million dollar organization,” Mora recalls. “They knew they needed more support, so she asked if we could help.”
At the center of the fight was a policy adopted by Illinois’ District 211 school board in 2013, which required district schools to comply with Department of Education guidance and allow transgender students to use the locker rooms and restrooms consistent with their gender identity. After a failed lawsuit against the district over this policy, the ADF — an organization designated as a “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center — was now attempting to interfere with school board elections and install anti-trans board members.

The ADF and similar organizations have mobilized effective campaigns against LGBTQ civil rights ordinances and promoted anti-trans “bathroom” bills across the nation in recent years, as part of a larger conservative backlash against the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2015 marriage equality ruling. These anti-LGBTQ campaigns have increasingly focused on demonizing trans people and portraying them as predators. In the first three months of 2017, the ADF and their affiliated attorneys initiated an anti-trans campaign in the Anoka-Hennepin Minnesota School Board, sued a Pennsylvania school district for having a trans-friendly bathroom policy, and attempted to interfere with the passage of a trans-inclusive policy in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey.

While many LGBTQ organizations have failed to effectively shift their post-marriage equality resources toward defeating these campaigns and larger trans-led organizations continue to focus on national policy fights, some trans leaders are making waves both in and out of traditional organizing structures.

Building on decades of local community-based organizing, Trans United Fund has brought together movement leaders from across the country who have one important thing in common: they’re all transgender. Most of TUF’s leadership is also transgender women of color, representing a community that suffers the highest rates of employment and housing discrimination, poverty, and violence.

Trump is greenlighting the harassment of transgender kids

“I think it’s entirely his fault. Every single bit of it.”thinkprogress.org

Within mainstream LGBTQ organizations, transgender people of color are routinely tokenized, trotted out at opportune times to demonstrate a group’s “commitment to diversity,” which too often stops short of hiring them in leadership positions, even to work on trans campaigns. These organizations have accumulated a series of defeats like the disastrous loss over the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) in 2015, arguably because they failed to listen to trans leadership.

“We’ve seen this model of organizing fail time and again,” said Monica Roberts, a Trans United Fund board member and a black, trans leader who was on the front lines of the fight in Houston. “It seems simple and logical to say that trans people should be at the forefront of efforts to change laws and public opinion about themselves, but for some reason, most of these larger organizations haven’t realized that yet. That needs to change.”

“Centering trans people in the fight against anti-trans laws, rhetoric, and violence is the only path toward justice,” added trans attorney Chase Strangio, who leads much of the trans-focused legal efforts and advocacy with the ACLU’s LGBT and AIDS Project. “In particular, the voices, narratives and resistance strategies of trans women and femmes of color are essential (and always have been) to disrupting the structures of discrimination and violence that have long targeted our communities.”

In Illinois’ District 211, the ADF and their handful of local allies took aim at three school board members who supported trans students, running anti-trans candidates against them. So Trans United Fund rallied their meager resources and went to Palatine. With less than two weeks until the school board election, TUF’s board reached out to statewide LGBTQ group Equality Illinois, and the two groups worked with more than 30 local parents, youth, and trans community members, creating mailers, organizing volunteers, and centering local trans people. And this time, they won.

“We took on a hateful slate of school board candidates affiliated with a multimillion dollar anti-equality organization intent on rolling back protections for trans youth,” explained LaSaia Wade, Chicago board member of Trans United Fund. “We started at a 10-to-1 fundraising disadvantage and had less than two weeks to organize, but we beat them in three out of three races. We took what these hate groups hoped would be a national model to intimidate local officials across the country and turned it into a model for defeating hate.”

What’s truly unique about what happened in Illinois is not only that this coalition won, but that it was led by trans advocates, trans community members, and the parents and allies of Palatine’s trans youth. No celebrities, no well-known LGBTQ movement leaders — just trans people engaging the community and their loved ones and allies standing beside them in support.

“Not only do trans people have the most insight into how to tell our own stories,” Strangio said, “but also, so much of the targeting that happens is the result of ignorance and misinformation about who we are, and only we can correct that by controlling our stories and centering our images and lives. There will be losses, but the only way we move forward is if we build power in our communities, which means investing resources in them. When we center trans lives in these fights, we will always be moving forward toward a more just world.”

As Strangio suggests, resources have always been scarce in LGBTQ organizing, but trans people, people of color, bisexual, disabled, and other marginalized groups too often find ourselves drowned out by well-funded, more established organizations that center cisgender white gay men and lesbians.

In this context, what Trans United Fund accomplished in Palatine, Illinois is remarkable, but it shouldn’t be. Trans people have been doing this kind of community organizing on little or no funding for decades, helping each other survive where LGB organizers have ignored them at best, and openly discriminated against them at worst.

“So much of the history of trans movements [is] one of isolation and exclusion,” says Mora, “but the work in D211 represents what could be a new chapter in our history, a new way of fighting bigotry and winning.”

Palatine proves to the world what these organizers have been saying for years: that trans-led, trans-focused campaigns can win against anti-trans bigots.
It’s time we start listening.

Beth Sherouse is a writer and activist based in Atlanta.

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CANADA : COURT RULES SASKATCHEWAN CANNOT FUND NON-CATHOLICS IN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS 

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The exterior of Bethlehem Catholic High School is seen in an undated photo in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Queen's Bench Justice Donald Layh ruled April 21 that the government of Saskatchewan is violating a section of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms by funding non-Catholic students who attend Catholic schools. (CNS photo/courtesy Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools)

REGINA, Saskatchewan (CNS) -- A judgment in a 12-year-old court case has sent shock waves through Saskatchewan's Catholic education community and left Regina Archbishop Donald Bolen "disheartened."

Queen's Bench Justice Donald Layh ruled April 21 that the government of Saskatchewan is violating a section of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms by funding non-Catholic students who attend Catholic schools.

Recognizing his ruling will have repercussions, Layh gave the province until June 30, 2018, to end the practice.

The Saskatchewan Catholic School Boards Association said it was "obviously disappointed" with the decision and would consider an appeal.

"We'll take some time to go over the 230-page decision, consult with our lawyers and process what this means for the division, for Catholic education in Saskatchewan, and for all of the families who choose Catholic education," said an association statement.

"This has already been a 12-year journey, instigated by the public boards, and we don't have much of an appetite to spend more on legal defense. However, we have an obligation to stand up for the constitutional rights of separate school divisions, so we are giving serious consideration to an appeal. In the event of an appeal, a final decision would be a long way down the road."

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This is the third in our series with Jill Noble. This is a very crucial episode in which Jill discusses education in America in regards to Common Core and what that actually means for, not only our education system and our children, but for our country. And, believe me, it goes much deeper than just “dumbing down” our children. This is a sinister plan that has been in the works for centuries.


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«FLAME 2017» A WEMBLEY : JEUNES, IMITEZ LA FOLIE DE DIEU!

Message du pape François, sous le signe de l’espérance

16 mars 2017 Rédaction Pape François


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Imiter la folie de Dieu, c’est en substance l’invitation adressée par le pape François aux quelque 10 000 jeunes réunis samedi dernier, 11 mars 2017, en Angleterre, au stade de Wembley pour le rassemblement “Flame 2017”, organisé par la Fédération de la pastorale des jeunes (Catholic Youth Ministry Federation – CYMFED -, CYMEvents) et la Conférence épiscopale d’Angleterre et du Pays-de-Galles. Un Il avait pour thème « Dix mille raisons d’espérer ». Le message du pape est parvenu par l’intermédiaire du cardinal Secrétaire d’Etat Pietro Parolin.

Pour le pape, il est nécessaire que les jeunes « ouvrent de nouveaux horizons » capables de communiquer cette joie qui naît « de l’amour de Dieu », et de « chaque geste, chaque attitude de miséricorde ».

Le pape François les a invités à imiter la « folie » de Dieu lui-même qui « enseigne à le rencontrer dans l’affamé, l’assoiffé, sans vêtements, malade, et dans l’ami qui finit mal, le détenu, le réfugié, le migrant, et le voisin qui est seul. »

Le cardinal archevêque de Westminster, Vincent Nichols, a conclu la journée par la messe. Dans son homélie, il a notamment invité les jeunes à prier pour les milliers de réfugiés qui meurent en mer en cherchant à rejoindre l’Europe lors de voyages organisés par des trafiquants d’êtres humains.

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