Dear Trustees,

The government gave authority for education governance to locally elected school boards. School trustees are elected to local school boards to act for the legislature and for their local community.

School trustees exist for the children, and their role is to guide, protect, defend, and advocate for them. Therefore, educational policies are developed on what is best for the growth, protection, and development of the whole child.

Trustees partner with the parents as they provide the children with the best possible teachers and educational opportunities. In doing so, they cannot usurp the role of the parents and family. It seems that the process of guiding, protecting, defending, and advocating for our children is at serious risk.

Most authorities believe our schools are safe. However, concerned parents are beginning to question that point of view.

Why? Look what's been happening in our schools. Safe zones, safe spaces, safe sex, safe puberty blockers, safe cross-sex hormone, safe "gender clinics," and now safe sexually explicit material in the school library. Our children are no longer safe! They are in danger.

Child Sexual Abuse by K-12 School Personnel in Canada: https://www.protectchildren.ca/en/resources-research/child-sexual-abuse-by-school-personnel-in-canada-report/

As a parent and Canadian citizen, I am concerned about the safety and well-being of those children under your authority. Based on what I have seen and the information I have found on your library site, I believe that children or youth have been or could be likely abused or neglected. I believe that books and information found on your library site cause severe risks to the safety and well-being of our children under your authority and care. Children ages 5 years old and up to 17 years old at the schools cited at the end of this email have been or are at risk of being exposed to these books containing sexual references, sexual activity, and sexual material. Some books also show children and adults engaged in or depicted as engaged in explicit sexual activity. The main characteristics of those books relate to sexual activity and expose children to individuals engaging in sexually explicit acts, including exposure to adult pornography and encouraging children to masturbate or watch others masturbate.

These books have a sinister agenda. They are not guided by any universal standards of right and wrong. Their foul language lifts the boundaries most parents have set for their children and presents a malevolent dimension that must be curtailed and eliminated. They are used to desensitize children and make them easy prey for predators. Rather than guiding and protecting our children, keeping these books in the libraries offers up our defenseless children to the degradation of immoral authors and others of their ilk. In addition, it makes it easier for potential abusers to target our children.

We claim to protect our children from racism, discrimination, and institutional abuse, while on the other hand, in the name of diversity, we expose them to pornography, toxic sexual behavior, and profane language. I understand that resources must be inclusive and suitable based on diverse social considerations. Nevertheless, resources are to be age-appropriate and within the boundary of the rules of law.

According to the Canadian Center for Child Protection, non-contact sexual abuse is as follows:

  • Encouraging a child to masturbate or watch others masturbate;
  • Secretly recording or observing a child in a private situation for a sexual purpose (voyeurism);
  • Exposing a child to individuals engaging in sexually explicit acts (including exposure to adult pornography);
  • Exposing a child-to-child sexual abuse material;
  • "Flashing" or exposing genitals to a child;
  • Communicating over technology to make it easier to commit a specific sexual offense against a child (luring a child);
  • Taking a picture or recording a video of a child's sexual organs for a sexual purpose.


In good faith, I would advise the School Board to remove the books mentioned below from the library immediately, contact the librarian, review those books with teachers and parents, and review material selection policies. Please advise on how and when the board will proceed. Could you please also organize a meeting between parents and board members regarding this issue? Many of my friends from Richmond are concerned and would appreciate meeting the Board.

I include the following information to help you better understand the abovementioned concern. Please do not hesitate to ask if you need more information regarding those books in your library systems.

Kind Regards,

[Concerned Parent Name]


Be aware of a series of questionable books found in the Richmond School District:

Note: The following books contain sexually explicit material, obscene illustrations, scenes of sexual assault, child sexual abuse, alcohol and drug use, bigotry, profane language ex: bitches, cock, dick, motherfucker, fuck, nigger, nigga, pussy, cunt, etc.…


List of Books within the library to be put below:

Book 1

Book 2

Book 3