Tech Company Giving Pro-LGBT Books to Preschoolers in Memphis
Brother, the technology company known for its printers, is providing pro-LGBT books to preschoolers in Memphis.
The company will be donating books to a number of schools around the nation including Kate Bond Elementary School.
KWAM NewsTalk 107.9 FM 990 AM received an email sent to company workers announcing their participation in the “2022 Read Across America Book Donation Event.”
The book giveaway is held in conjunction with the National Education Association’s “Read Across America” program. The event is meant to “bring the joys of reading to students” and to “celebrate the diversity around them.”
The company encouraged workers to purchase books from an approved list of “diverse and inclusive” books that were “compiled to foster reading fun and cultivate compassion in young readers.”
Many of the books were about students of color, including “A Kids Book About Racism” and “A is For Activist.”
Other books in that genre were “100 Real-Life Tales of Black Girl Magic,” “Brown Boy Joy,” “Skin Like Mine,” “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Boy,” and “Shady Baby.”
But it’s the books about the LGBT agenda that got critics wondering what was happening at Kate Bond Elementary School, KWAM reported.
Among the recommended books for the young children:
- Pride: The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag
- My Two Dads and Me
- My Two Moms and Me
- Heather Has Two Mommies
- Pink is For Boys
- Love is Love: An Important LGBTQ Pride. Book For Kids About Gay Parents and Diverse Families
- It Feels Good to Be Yourself: A Book About Gender Identity
Why does a 5-year-old need to learn about Harvey Milk or why Heather has two mommies? Some folks say that sounds a lot like indoctrination.