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California Students to Learn LGBTI History

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California Students to Learn LGBTI History

Published 16 July 2016

California Public Schools become the first in the nation to include history of the movement in their curriculum.
California´s public elementary, middle and high schools will teach the history of the LGBTI movement, making the nation´s largest public schools system the first in the nation to do formally adopt the subject matter as part of their curriculum, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The proposal was unanimously approved Thursday by state education officials and will go into effect in the fall semester. The policy requires public schools to include prominent gay U.S. citizens and LGBT rights milestones in history and social science classes.

A link to this crap : http://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/California-Students-to-Learn-LGBTI-History-20160716-0008.html

Students would learn about “the emergence of the nation’s first gay rights organizations in the 1950s,”  WTF :DWsKVPL:



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I wonder if this will be included in the curriculum: 

San Francisco’s Gay Icon Larry Brinkin Guilty of Felony Child Porn Possession
January 28, 2014 
WARNING: Some of the language in this story is graphic and disturbing.

Larry Brinkin, who worked at the Human Rights Commission for the City of San Francisco for 22 years and was a prominent homosexual rights activist for more than 40 years, pleaded guilty to felony child pornography possession last week.

Brinkin is expected to serve six months in jail, five years of probation, and register as a sex offender for the rest of his life when he is sentenced on Mar. 5. But he likely will get to keep his city pension because possessing and viewing child porn apparently is not considered a crime of “moral turpitude” under San Francisco’s retirement/pension rules.
While on the Human Rights Commission, Brinkin had worked as a compliance officer, responsible for helping to ensure non-discrimination against employees. He had been instrumental, back in 1982, in implementing San Francisco’s Equal Benefits Ordinance, which required employers to provide equal coverage for “domestic partners.” Further, Brinkin has been a long-time advocate for gay “marriage.”

The archived pages of SF Pride say of Brinkin, "Larry Brinkin has been an activist in San Francisco for over 35 years, co-founding Bay Area Gay Liberation, the Lesbian/Gay Labor Alliance, and the Gay & Lesbian Alternative Dispute Resolution Service. He was a pioneer in the struggle for domestic partner benefits and currently is the manager of the LGBT&HIV Division of the SF Human Rights Commission.  He played a major role in recent years in the struggle for transgender rights."


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