There has been an outcry among parents, grandparents, and teachers against the disturbing content kids are exposed to in public schools.

What is that content?

Curriculum that teaches kids that their worth is found in traits they can’t control, like their skin color or their gender. Or material that is so sexually explicit, it would make you uncomfortable. That’s the type of stuff our babies have ready access to in school. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. 

We can no longer sit idly by and let our kids be indoctrinated. It’s time to take action.

So, what do we do?

First of all, we can learn more about what’s taking place in public schools—and that’s where “Whose Children Are They?” comes in. It’s a powerful documentary presented by Fathom Events featuring courageous parents, teachers, and education experts who unmask the real story behind what’s happening in our public schools today. 

Secondly—and more importantly—this documentary will equip the audience with the tools to reclaim education to its original intent of instruction, not indoctrination. 

Learn more in the trailer here:


Now do you see why it’s so imperative to get involved? Here’s what you can do to help:

Step 1: Get Your Tickets

“Whose Children Are They?” is only in select theaters on March 14. Find a theater near you and purchase tickets here.

Step 2: Print Out the Flyer

To reclaim education, it’s got to be a team effort. Here’s a printable flyer that you can bring with you to pass out at the theater.

Step 3: Spread the Message

Once you see the documentary, you’ll be fired up for change—and so will others in the theater. Help them know what to do next by standing at the door and handing out the flyer as people exit.

It’s up to us to stand up and make changes. Our kids’ futures are on the line!

Before you go, mother and grandmother, Sandy Adams, has these final thoughts.


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