11/8/22 | Re-posted by Central Washington Sentinel |
Board didn’t back down to mob of pro-LGBT leftists at meeting. Also modified library’s Mission Statement. And more to come!
A culmination of hard work by Wyoming MassResistance parents.
In a bold move that will likely be followed by others across America, the Campbell County Library Board in Gillette, Wyoming, voted on Oct. 24 to cut all ties with the American Library Association (ALA) and its Wyoming affiliate. This follows months of pressure on public officials from local Wyoming MassResistance parents over the library’s pornographic and sexually explicit books (see here and here) targeting children and teenagers.
There may be libraries that have exited from the ALA on their own, but this is the first time that a Library Board has ordered it. The Board acted despite a flood of local pro-LGBT leftists who came to the meeting to intimidate them.
The Board also modified the library’s mission statement to specifically make its direction pro-family. And they signaled that there’s more to come.