MI School District Removes Some Sexualized Content After Parent Uprising

  • After several heated Dearborn School Board meetings, public officials from Dearborn have announced that some books will be removed from shelves. 
  • The October school board meeting yielded nearly a thousand protesters both for and against particular books in schools, with some citing that the books were too sexually explicit for school.
  • That meeting drew national attention because the protesters were largely Muslim-American parents who objected to sexualized content being forced on their children.

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