Child Protection League is bringing an exciting evening presentation to Minnesota. Learn to identify the dangers as our expert speakers, Stella Morabito and Dr. Karen R. Effrem, unmask the radical, child endangering trends in education. Two agendas, the sexualizing of children and the teaching of Islam, have emerged under the pretext of ‘safe schools’ and ‘social emotional learning’. Event Flyer (PDF)
When: September 26, 2017
Where: Emmaus Lutheran Church
8443 Second Avenue South
Bloomington, MN. (Google Map)
Time: 6:00 pm VIP Catered Reception
6:30 pm Registration Opens
7:00 pm Program Begins
Cost: VIP reception $150, couple $250
Event early bird $25, at door $35
(early bird registration deadline September 12)
VIP Catered Reception
As a VIP, you will have the opportunity to mingle with the CPL board and converse with our special speakers while feasting on an array of food and beverages for your enjoyment before our program begins. Your contribution enables CPL to continue this vital work for our children’s welfare. Reserve your VIP tickets today and invite others to do the same!
Early Bird Special
You don’t want to miss this important event with our special speakers, Stell Morabito and Dr. Karen R. Effrem (see profiles below). Sign up before September 12 for our early bird special. Order your tickets and bring your friends!
Regretfully, I am unable to attend but would like to give a generous gift. We thank you in advance for helping us protect our children!
|Stella Morabito is a senior contributor to The Federalist and has written for several other publications including Public Discourse, Washington Examiner, Weekly Standard, First Things, and American Thinker. During her previous work as an intelligence analyst at the CIA, Stella focused on propaganda and media analysis. She has always had a keen interest in psychological manipulation, group think, and gender ideology as tools of propaganda. Today her writing and her speaking explore the ways in which political correctness adversely affects our society and culture. Stella has a B.A. in journalism and international relations and a Master’s degree in Russian and Soviet history. stellamorabito.net||Dr. Karen R. Effrem, formerly a Minnesota native, was trained as a pediatrician at Johns Hopkins University, and has become one of the best known and most knowledgeable critics of SEL. She provides congressional and legislative testimony on early childhood education, SEL, Common Core and other educational issues.|