Schools respond to 'Mix It Up' day, SPLC exposed
October 3, 2012
The homosexual activist group, Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), has been called to task by public school administrators across the nation for falsely listing schools as participants in "Mix It Up" day without authorization or permission.
See if your child's school is on the list.
"Mix It Up" day is an entry-level "diversity" program designed specifically by SPCL to establish the acceptance of homosexuality into public schools, including elementary and junior high schools.
Many school administrators were offended to learn that their school was listed as a "participating" school on the SPLC website and ordered it removed immediately. In some cases, students or teachers independently signed the school up without approval, leaving principals and superintendents unprepared for phone calls from concerned parents.
See if your child's school is on the list. If it is, contact your school administrator and politely ask if the school has authorized a pro-homosexual organization, the Southern Poverty Law Center, to list the school as an official participant in "Mix It Up" day.
Regardless, ask the school administrator to contact the SPLC and insist the school's name be removed from its list. They can email SPLC at www.tolerance.org/contact-form or call them directly at 334-956-8200.
||See if your child's school is on the list.