If you’re tired of seeing drag queens reading books to kids in public libraries, there’s something positive you can do.
You can join in with Kirk Cameron and make a difference.
Kirk recounts his experience of attempting to conduct a wholesome story time event in libraries but facing censorship and opposition from certain library directors.
You can learn about Kirk Cameron’s movement which aims to provide a counterbalance to the controversial material available in some libraries and involve parents, grandparents, librarians, and educators in actively shaping their children’s education.
Kirk Cameron encourages individuals to stand up for their beliefs, join together with like-minded communities, and take an active role in shaping the values taught to children. He hopes the “See You at the Library” movement will grow, with individuals hosting story hours in libraries across the country on August 5th and beyond.
Kirk wants those who have experienced discrimination due to their religious beliefs to join with like-minded individuals and organizations. He emphasizes the importance of standing up for one’s principles and taking action to safeguard their values and the future of the nation.