General Motors (GM) provided a grant to a transgender advocacy organization that supplies kindergarten and elementary school classrooms with children’s books that support its ideology.
The Detroit-based automaker made a donation to the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network’s (GLSEN) “Rainbow Library” program last year, according to its 2021 Social Impact Report (pdf).
According to Breitbart, transgender advocacy groups are known to lobby school districts to allow transgender boys to play on women’s sports teams and use women’s-only restrooms.
GM’s report funds the “Rainbow Library” initiative to provide “supportive curriculum materials and book sets for LGBTQ+-centric, racially diverse, and multicultural K-12 schools.” I acknowledge that I am providing
“This innovative program also provides ongoing support and professional guidance for educators to create inclusive, supportive and identity-safe classrooms nationwide,” he continued.
GM didn’t say how much money was given to groups that support transgender people, but said in 2021 it will be a “non-profit organization working to help create comprehensive solutions to social problems around the world.” provided $86.7 million in cash and in-kind donations to the organization. report.
Transgender advocacy group seeks to change school curriculum
GLSEN has been accused of trying to add “trans and non-binary” gender theories to school policies and curricula.
According to its website, GLSEN offers a list of lesson plans, an “educator’s guide,” and professional development training for educators.
GLSEN does not have a complete list of program titles, but according to the School Library Journal, the books were selected based on the Stonewall Award and the American Library Association’s Rainbow Book List.
One of the books you can find on Amazon is called “I am Jazz” and it’s about a boy who discovers he’s a girl at the age of two.
Another example of the book list is the sexually explicit “Gender Queer” by Maia Kabobe, which contains depictions of sexual acts and descriptions of fantasies and experiments.
Parental rights advocate Megan Brock accused GLSEN of abusing the Rainbow Library program to “covertly groom children and try to influence education policy.” in a twitter post.
Block posted a video of what appeared to be a GLSEN staff member discussing promoting transgender books to children.
In addition to children’s books, the organization seeks to influence school mathematics departments with articles such as “How can we make transgender and nonbinary identities more inclusive in math classes?” .
Schools and Educators Advance Agenda for Transgender Groups
GLSEN created a ‘Trans Action Kit’ (pdf) for students and teachers to participate in LGBT activities and encouraged the construction of a pseudo-religious altar to celebrate ‘Transgender Day’. Man.
Meanwhile, Chevrolet, also owned by GM, donated an additional $25,000 to GLSEN, The Post Millennial reported.
Chevrolet Vice President of Marketing Steve Majolos said:
GM’s website says it has been supporting LGBT workers for several years.
“In recent years, GM and Chevrolet have provided grants to GLSEN to support its work to create safe, supportive and LGBTQ-inclusive learning environments for students. It’s just one of many initiatives and activities GM has supported in providing charitable grants to for-profit organizations,” a GM and Chevrolet spokesperson wrote in the Epoch Times.
The Epoch Times reached out to GLSEN for comment.