Parents and teachers astounded by the truth about the hidden agenda in public schools — critical race theory, sexual indoctrination, and more
April 19, 2022
WASHINGTON, D.C. —Released in theaters across the country last month and also launched on April 15 via streaming on SalemNOW, the revolutionary documentary “Whose Children Are They?” exposes the radical and inappropriate content being taught to America’s children and what parents and tax paying citizens can do about it. The film was a huge success, with swarms of parents and teachers flooding theaters to learn the truth about the indoctrination in public schools.
The film’s reach is expanding dramatically, and churches, schools or other organizations can all share this powerful film available at WhoseChildrenAreThey.com.
Many viewers commented on the controversial content, with many feelings inspired to join the fight:
“A constant reminder to never stop fighting for what you believe in!” — Parent from Colorado
“For ALL the children who deserve to be free from all the corrupt social and political agenda driven curriculum — this film stands up for you!”— Parent from Texas
“I definitely know now what I’ll be doing with my children, and it won’t be public school!” — Parent from California
“The movie is a triumph! Judging from the many gasps from the audience throughout the showing, people were hearing completely unexpected information for the first time.”— Grandparent from California
Produced by an all-star production team, “Whose Children Are They?” features brave teachers, emboldened parents and frontline experts who show how schools are bombarding children with age-inappropriate sex education, gender fluidity theory, and indoctrinating them with political and social ideologies without their parents’ knowledge or consent.
Experts include Parents United Founder Deborah Flora; For Kids and Country Founder and veteran teacher Rebecca Friedrichs; Dr. Carol Swain; Chicago teacher Joseph Ocol; investigative journalist Alex Newman; and Fight for Schools representative Ian Prior.
For more information about the documentary and to view the 60-second trailer, visit WhoseChildrenAreThey.com. Churches, schools or other organizations can share this powerful film which is available at Faith Content Network.