‘Whose Children Are They?’ Eye-opening film takes on teachers’ union, CRT, sexualization of youth

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An eye-opening new documentary pulls back the curtain on that indoctrination of American school children that will unite Democrats and Republicans in the fight to win back the minds of their youth.

Released nationwide on March 14, “Whose Children Are They?” is critical of teacher’s unions, the sexualization of our youth, and the progressive left’s rhetoric infiltrating classrooms across the country.

Producer and cast member Deborah Flora said in an interview published on Newsbusters that the goal of the film is to help bring the parental uprising movement to “critical mass” in order to “achieve educational freedom and protect the innocence of all children.”

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Flora also founded a non-profit parent rights advocacy group, Parents United America, and is running for Senate as a Republican, but she is confident that the film speaks to both sides of the political isle.

“What I have found as President of Parents United America is that it doesn’t matter if you are a Democrat or a Republican, you are a Mom and a Dad first. Having the right to know what your children are being taught is fundamental and non-partisan.”

“The politicized straw man arguments don’t hold up anymore. The vast majority of concerned citizens are for the full and unfiltered teaching of history, but not the ideological agenda of CRT which is based on the 1619 Project which even its creators admit is not history,” Flora noted.

“In addition, we are all for Reproductive Biology taught at the appropriate age, but there is a widespread rejection of sexualizing children as young as kindergarten,” Flora said. “The unifying principle is that parents, not the state, are the ultimate authority in their children’s lives.”

Viewers are giving the documentary rave reviews, noting that the filmmakers did an excellent job exposing the corrupt teacher’s unions.

One theme of the film is the detrimental impact Critical Race Theory is having on America’s youth, which is the quasi-Marxist ideology that society should be divided by the oppressed and the oppressor and that the United States is a systemically racist country.

“America as we know it is being reimagined in a very dangerous way,” award-winning author and retired professor Dr. Carol Swain said in the trailer. “Critical race theory is dividing our children in ways that are not acceptable.”

The director of Labor Policy at the Freedom Foundation – an organization that advocates defunding unions and their radical agenda – outlined the inherent issues with Critical Race Theory in the classroom in an interview with Fox Digital.

“Critical race theory judges white students for crimes they didn’t commit, burdening them with an irredeemable guilt based solely on the color of their skin,” explained Maxford Nelsen.

“To students of color, critical race theory preaches lies that the system is so pervasively rigged against them that all they can do is participate in the left’s nihilistic revolution to destroy America as we know it,” Nelsen said.

“In the process, it deprives them of the agency to achieve their dreams and fulfill their God-given potential,” he added.

The documentary was in theaters just one day, but Flora believes it will have long life through streaming and DVDs. You can sign up for future opportunities to see the film on the website whosechildrenarethey.com.


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