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09/28/2011

NOM EXPOSED: More than marriage: NOM’s new Board Chair vs. inclusive schools

by Jeremy Hooper
6A00D8341C503453Ef0154349F168B970C-24It’s unlikely that NOM will weigh in on California’s current discussion regarding inclusive teaching, since (a) going after such fair public school practices would prove that they want to stop more than marriage, and (b) going after such public school decisions in a state that doesn’t currently have marriage equality would belie their popular campaign logic positioning same-sex marriage as the one pivot point on which such inclusive teaching hinges.

However, before his appointment as Board Chair was announced, incoming NOMmer John C. Eastman certainly did go after inclusive teaching. Check out this email that Eastman sent supporters earlier this month, wherein he decried “agenda-driven indoctrination”:

KEEP READING: More than marriage: NOM’s new Board Chair vs. inclusive schools [NOM Exposed]

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