A Massachusetts elementary school is using “Tolerance Tuesdays” to indoctrinate kids with transgenderism, according to a concerned parent.
Jeannette Sullivan, the mom of a 6-year-old girl at James Tansey Elementary School, contacted Young America’s Foundation (YAF) about the left-wing books in the public school pushing CRT and LGBT agendas.
“I’m afraid that these woke people will try to confuse her and convince her that she’s trans or non-binary,” she told YAF.
Sullivan reached out to Erek Bratt, principal of Tansey Elementary School, about the materials, which include trans-book, “I Am Jazz,” gender identity book, “Julian Is a Mermaid,” and Vice President Kamala Harris’s book, “Superheroes Are Everywhere.”
The principal said the books will remain in the public school library.
“The Fall River Public Schools prides themselves for choosing curriculum materials that give each child the ability to understand who they are,” Bratt said in an email to Sullivan.
“Teachers also bring the books from our SEL [Social and Emotional Learning] library into the classroom on days such as ‘Tolerance Tuesdays’ where classrooms may read things like ‘I am Jazz’ to promote inclusiveness and acceptance throughout Tansey,” the principal added.
Sullivan reported the story using YAF’s Campus Bias Tip Line.
“This isn’t the first time I’ve reported on something like this happening at an elementary school, and sadly won’t be the last,” YAF reporter Nick Baker tweeted.