Videos of Current Issues

Mindfulness: The Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Spiritual Craze
Spiritualism Has Come to Public Schools. Why is it showing up in the classrooms? What does mindfulness have to do with SEL? How are children at risk?
(80 minutes with Q&A)

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Title IX Sex Discrimination Rules
CPL hosted Eileen O’Connor, representing the Network to Stop Title IX Biden Regulations, to give a briefing on the intent of Title IX, the implications of changing the definition of sex to gender identity and what to do.
(54 minutes with Q&A)

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MN Multi-tiered System of Supports (MnMTSS)
presentation by Julie Quist, CPL board chair

What is Multi-tiered System of Supports (MTSS) in education? This presentation breaks down the real meaning and intents of this “new” educational concept. Don’t be fooled by the academically sounding language! MTSS is a federal education system (federally funded) using an “equity” lens. All students are psychologically assessed, every student has a permanent psychological profile, and all students are rated on their “cultural competencies” (values, attitudes, beliefs). That is Social Emotional Learning (SEL).

Slides of MnMTSS Presentation (PDF)

Part 1 MTSS is Casel, SEL Equity, Panorama mass distributor (21 minutes)

Part 2 MTSS is Casel, SEL Equity, Panorama mass distributor (17 minutes)

Part 3 MTSS data, surveys, mental health and MN (23 minutes)

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Cultural Marxists know they are in a war for your children, but do you?
presentation by Bonnie Gasper, CPL board member

A must-see video that explains Marxist history, identifying their key tactics and how to stand against them.
(40 minutes)

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Preserving Culture – Reclaiming Country
presentation by Michele Lenz, CPL president
(guest speaker at the SD32 Local Republican Party monthly meeting)

CSE, SEL, CRT? What’s behind all this dangerous education policy? Watch to find out where it all comes from and how to defeat it.
(50 minutes)

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Vulgar Books
presentation by Bonnie Gasper, CPL board member

Why are school libraries shelves filled with vulgar, sexually explicit and pornographic books? Why are parents who are trying to get vulgar content removed vilified and opposed? How did we get to this point and what can parents do about it.
(55 minutes)

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The Raging War Against Children
presentation by Bonnie Gasper, CPL board member

This presentation covers Marxism from its inception to how it is manifests in our schools and culture today. She explains the psychological warfare it unleashes on our children and families and how all these issues work in a continuum. Slides of Presentation (PDF)
(60 minutes)

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Sexualizing Children in Schools and the Culture
presentation by Julie Quist in Winona, MN

Issues that threaten our children and what we can do about it.
(75 minutes)

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More Video Resources

Child Protection League: Who We Are and What We Do

Lindsay Event

Who’s Killing Columbus? An evening with James Lindsay
(Lindsay speaks at 29-minute mark)

Child Protection League event featuring Dr. James Lindsay, expert on the Cultural Revolution in America which is destroying our founding principles, our heritage and our rich history. Lindsay is founder of New Discourses and author of the nationally acclaimed book, The Marxification of Education.
Additional Speakers:
Michele Lentz, President of CPL
John Daley, invocation, pledge
Renee Doyle, introduction of James Lindsay and recipient of the CPL Judith Reisman Award
Renee Doyle receiving the CPL Judith Reisman Award

SHATTERED: Is Minnesota A Sanctuary State For Predators? (25 minutes)
Produced by Child Protection League Action

SHATTERED breaks the silence on Minnesota’s feeble sentencing guidelines for predators convicted of crimes involving child sexual abuse imagery.

Note: This video is not intended for children.

CPL School Board Q&A Panel (120 minutes)
Robust panel discussion on the duties and challenges facing school board members hosted by CPL. Moderated by DeEtta Moos, the panel includes Alex Newman, Diane Douglas, Julie Quist and Tanya Simons.

SEL, CRT & Equity (57 minutes)
interview with Julie Quist

Discussion about Social Emotional Learning, Critical Race Theory and Equity.

MN Education by Sustainable Development Networks (57 minutes)
interview with Julie Quist

The Regional Economic Development Commissioners want your children… at the youngest possible age.
It is Brave New World in Minnesota. Yes, there is a plan for that and it does not include you.
For further information, see How ‘Equity’ Has Been Embedded in MN for Decades.

Transgender Indoctrination and “Don’t say gay” (90 minutes)
interview with Derek Paul and Julie Quist

Julie Quist, chair of Child Protection League in Minnesota and Derek Paul, director of Identify Ministries in Florida discuss the harms of teaching children that their sex is different than gender, the resulting confusion in teaching that boys might be girls or vice versa and the harms to children’s development.

Hero Home Educators Resource Organization
CPL interviews with Jayne Wahlberg, administrator

Michele Lentz profile imageA Message from our CPL President, Michele Lentz
Speaking at a rally at the Capitol, Michele explains what is at stake for our children and their future, what Child Protection League priorities are and why it is important for you to be engaged.

Presentation by Michele Lentz (13 minute video)

Transcript of Presentation (PDF)

The Invincible Liberty Conference

Our keynote speaker, Alex Newman, on Transformational Education

Kimberly Ells on The Invincible Family

Katherine Kersten on the Proposed Social Studies Standards

For more details, downloads, and the rest of the presentations, go to Invincible Liberty Conference.

Seeds of Division (31 minute video)
presented by Barb Anderson, CPL board member

How SEED diversity training planted the seeds of White Privilege, Gender Identity and Critical Race Theory that are dividing our culture and threatening our freedom.

Why You Should Support HF226 & HF229 (35 minutes)
presentation by Will Krumholz

Stricter Penalties for Trafficking in Child Sexual Abuse Imagery
For further information, see Protect Minnesota’s Kids Act

CPL Investigates MN eLibary and EBSCO (25 minutes)
The MN ELibrary system uses EBSCO data search services. In this video, we demonstrate how ELibrary/EBSCO are not providing age appropriate searches to students as they claim.

Update: CPL Investigates EBSCO Database Ed Tech Products (14 minutes)
Update: CPL Investigates Gale School Database Ed Tech Products (15 minutes)

Distance Learning Tips for Parents (25 minutes)
interview with Jayne Wahlberg, administrator for HERO and Kelly Janssen, former CPL board member

Drag Queen Story Hour (22 minutes)
presentation by Barb Anderson at the Education Policy Conference

Jaco Booyens, producer of 8 DAYS
Jaco directed and produced the feature film 8 DAYS to raise awareness of sex trafficking in the US. In these CPL videos, he discusses the repercussions and dangers of CSE with Michele Lentz.

Is Your Child Really Safe? Conference

For more details and the rest of the presentations, go to Is Your Child Really Safe?

Comprehensive Sexual Health Education (CSE) (31 minutes)
presented by Barb Anderson

CSE is highly explicit and promotes promiscuity and high-risk sexual behaviors to children as healthy and normal. The ultimate goal of CSE is to change the sexual and gender norms of society. CSE is a “rights-based” approach to sex education and promotes sexual rights to children at the expense of their sexual health.

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A CSE Story: Monica Cline (19 minutes)
A former instructor of Comprehensive Sex Education trained by Planned Parenthood tells her story at the Education Policy Conference.

Understanding the CSE Legislation Process
presented by Julie Quist and Michele Lentz

The Justina Pelletier Story

CPL interviewed Justina to discuss their lawsuit, legislation (Justina’s law) and tips for parents.

Protect Kids Rally September 2019
Child Protection League held a Protect Kids Rally at the MN State Capitol. As word got out about legislation to mandate Comprehensive Sex Education in all MN schools, nearly 800 people showed up in solidarity against this harmful legislation.

Planned Parenthood Sexualizes Children in Minnesota, Alpha News MN coverage of Rally (5 minutes)

MN Legislative Briefing March 2019 (50 minutes)
discussion with Michele Lentz and Julie Quist

Many social engineering bills are being introduced this session in the MN legislature that affect our children and the direction of education. Be informed and contact your MN representatives. And for those of you in other parts of the country, these proposals could be coming to your state as well!

Topics: Constitutional Amendment, HF13; Mandated Comprehensive Sexual Health Education (CSE), HF1414; The ‘Bullying Bill’ reauthorized, HF1026; Prohibit Counseling for Minors, HF12; Home visiting and setting up a universal child care system, HF1

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Social Emotional Learning (SEL) (25 minutes)
presented by Barb Anderson

What is SEL and how is it affecting our children in our schools? Learn how teachers are taught to “map cultural values” and identify student’s “personal cultural values and preferences” and what this all really means for our children and our privacy.

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Discussion (25 minutes)

The Proposed MN Baby Ed: Home Visits & Birth to Three (55 minutes)
interview with Linda French Bell from Advocates & Champions for Children (MACC)

The proposed MN bill creates the framework for the state to make home visits from before birth to age three. Learn about this bill, the grant programs and individuals/organizations pushing this initiative.
Great Start for All Minnesota Children Act, HF1, SF820 (PDF)
MN Home Visits: An Opportunity to Herd Our Children

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Transformational Education (37 minutes)
presentation by Julie Quist

A simple to understand presentation on why and how our schools are being transformed and how it is affecting our culture.
Transformational Education Q & A Discussion (19 minutes)