Revolutionary documentary — now available for streaming at SalemNOW — reveals truth about the hidden agenda in public schools
April 25, 2022
WASHINGTON, D.C. — “Fantastic documentary! Courageous people who told their stories — and who told the truth!” — Parent from Colorado
“One for the history books! Sparks an important conversation all parents — regardless of political affiliations — should start having about their parental rights and the educational choices for our children!” — Parent from Colorado
“This is one of the most critical movements of our time! Thank you for leading the way!” — Parent from California
Parents are appalled as they watch the groundbreaking documentary “Whose Children Are They?” and discover what their children are taught in schools. The powerful film was released in theaters across the country in March and is now available via streaming on SalemNOW. Parents say the film is “jaw dropping” and was “given an R rating” for explicitness and “shocking sexual games” progressive schools subject children to.
The highly successful film exposes the radical and inappropriate indoctrination in public schools, as well as what parents and tax paying citizens can do in response.
The film’s reach is expanding dramatically, and churches, schools or other organizations can all share this powerful film available at WhoseChildrenAreThey.com.
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.