VIDEO: Leftist legal org coaches schools on getting students secret abortions

    Updated: July 17, 2019 at 4:25 pm EST  See Comments

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    July 16, 2019 (Live Action News) — A video released by California organization Our Watch reportedly shows the ACLU working with California teachers and Planned Parenthood to help instill radical sex education in California schools, as well as to advise children how they can get abortions without their parents’ knowledge or consent.

    Published on June 26th, the video shows ACLU staff attorney Ruth Dawson in a meeting presented to the public as a discussion on school curriculum. Also present, in addition to the ACLU, was Cardea Services, a training, research, and development organization. During the meeting, Dawson instructed teachers how to prevent parents from opting their children out of objectionable sex education classes, how to explain students’ absences from school — so they can get an abortion — to parents, and more.

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    NO OPT-OUT ALLOWED: The California Sex Ed Indoctrination from Jeremiah Films on Vimeo.

    If students are able to get abortions with the aid of their teachers, their parents could have no idea the procedure ever happened at all. “Regardless of how old a student is, they can walk into a doctor’s office and consent to these services without parental consent,” Dawson said in the video, referring to abortion, as well as contraception and emergency

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