Schools’ anti-parent agendas, radical indoctrination of children, abuse of good teachers exposed in explosive documentary
April 12, 2022
WASHINGTON, D.C. — A groundbreaking new documentary, “Whose Children Are They?,” released in theaters across the country on March 14, 2022, exposes the radical and inappropriate content being taught to America’s children and what parents and tax paying citizens can do about it. Churches, schools or other organizations can share this powerful film which is available now at WhoseChildrenAreThey.com. The film’s reach is now expanding dramatically with home streaming options available beginning April 15.
There has been a groundswell of activity and interest in markets nationwide over this powerful film. Thousands of concerned Americans flooded to theaters to learn the truth about the indoctrination in public schools, with many feeling inspired to join the fight:
“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
“No more sitting on the sidelines after seeing this film!”— Parent from Texas
“That rare documentary in a tumultuous world where we can make a difference!” — Parent from Colorado
“Truly an eye opener. No longer can parents and grandparents sit back and not get involved and be aware of what’s happening or being taught at their child/grandchild’s school!”— Grandparent from Minnesota
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.