The exceptional success of this conference titled: Asian American Values and the Threat to Families and Healthy Education, continues the urgent efforts of The Settlement Project to effectively serve families and communities in regions throughout America.
We are living through a time of extreme uncertainty, instability, and insecurity.
There are two forces driving this.
One is the blinding speed of technology.
In itself, this should be positive. It is progress. But as pointed out by those who know the matter best, it also carries great threats. According to many, tech such as AI even threatens our very existence.
On April 29, 2023, The Settlement Project, together with Turning Point USA, Heritage Action, and Californians for Equal Rights Foundation (CFER) hosted the conference “Tradition and Family: Values for a Healthy, Stable, and Strong America” at the Downey Community Center in Downey, California.
On May 20, 2023, The Settlement Project together with Heritage Action and Turning Point USA hosted the conference “Tradition and Family: Values for a Healthy, Stable, and Strong America” for a diverse group of area leaders
The Settlement Project together with Cosponsors Turning Point USA and FreedomWorks hosted the conference, Tradition and Family: Values for a Healthy, Stable, and Strong America
Make America whole? Racial and Cultural Harmony, Wholesome Education, preserving a nourishing Youth and Family Culture, Secure Borders and Safe Communities, Freedom and the Spiritual Roots of America’s Founding
The new gender category “nonbinary” now appears on all student-information forms
“sensitive services” for any child 12 or older, without parental knowledge or consent.
A Canadian father has been arrested for “misgendering” his own 14-year-old child by calling her his “daughter,” and referring to her with the pronouns “she” and “her.”
Original article from The Epoch Times, January 12, 2021 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and her fellow gender-inclusive enthusiasts have taken a bold and much-disparaged move to erase language that expresses the reality of familial relationships. In the name of inclusivity, words such as “father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, cousin, nephew, niece, […]