Boulder Valley School District Targets Gradeschoolers With Transgender Media

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Two parents join Kim to talk about Boulder Valley School District's recent transgender campaign targetted at kindergartners through fifth graders. Jason McBride of the Gang Rescue and Support Project (GRASP) talks with Kim about The Other Wes Moore and Gifted Hands, the inspirational movie about Ben Carson.

Two parents, who are requesting anonymity to avoid harassment and intimidation, call in and tell Kim about how the Boulder Valley School District recently targetted grades kindergarten through fifth grade with a transgender campaign. The following video takes a starring role in today’s show:

Even if you don’t have children in school, this blatant disregard for a parent’s rights to teach their own children about these adult issues will shock you.

On February 27th Coloradoans are meeting at the State Capitol from noon through 1 pm to stop HB19-1032, the radical sex ed bill. Go here for information on attending the rally and to learn other actions you can take to let lawmakers know you are against this bill.

Kim’s featured guest is Jason McBride of the Gang Rescue and Support Project (GRASP). Kim challenged Jason to watch Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story and Jason challenged Kim to read The Other Wes Moore. Listen to the show to hear their views on their challenges as well as the challenges faced by at-risk kids.


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