A surprising number of schools and public libraries do not have pornography filtering software and a much larger number employ ineffective filtering software that children are bypassing to gain access to pornography. This is a national outrage.
Our Safe Schools, Safe Libraries Project is a grassroots campaign designed to empower parents throughout the country with the tools needed to identify the local schools and public libraries where children are at risk.
The project is vitally necessary. News reports of children gaining access to porn in schools and public libraries are a regular occurrence. The project has the additional benefit of developing grassroots anti-pornography leaders for the future.
We call on concerned parents and citizens everywhere to join this effort and be a voice asking for safer schools and libraries! Download the “Getting Started” packet that explains, from start to finish, how you can get effective filtering in their schools and libraries. Several communities have succeeded with this project!
We have also prepared model state legislation that mandates effective filtering in schools and libraries, as well as model library policies to keep pornography off computers.
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It often just takes a few concerned citizens to simply ask for effective filters to be installed and the libraries and schools will do it! Please take on this project and lead the way in your neighborhood. Download the “Getting Started Packet” here.
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Far too many libraries do not have any accurate Internet or computer filters. And as recent events show, the consequences are serious. Local libraries are becoming a prime location for viewing and distributing child sexual abuse images (i.e. child pornography). Tragically, this problem is all to real. A Kentucky man was recently arrested after he was allegedly […]
Following Utah’s recent resolution declaring pornography a public health crisis, Utah legislators are seeking to protect children from exposure to pornography on the Internet at public libraries. Childhood exposure to pornography can have devastating effects, and public libraries must do their part to prevent it. Pornography decreases brain matter in areas related to decision making […]
Original Source: LifeSiteNews By Lianne Laurence April 20, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) — WATERLOO, Ontario – Thirteen months after Jacob and Joanna Reaume told their school board trustees that elementary school-aged children were accessing inappropriate material — including soft-core pornography — on school computers, Waterloo Region District School Board passed a motion inviting tech companies to bid […]
I got a call a couple of years back from an upset mom who happened to be from my hometown in Colorado. Her young son was exposed to pornography at the library and in response, the librarians said that the American Library Association had recommended to all libraries across the country that they not provide […]
Download a PDF Copy of our Letter Here. Dear Ms. Feldman and Mr. Fiels: We are writing to express our dismay concerning the American Library Association’s ongoing support of access to hardcore, adult pornography in public libraries across America. Shortly, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) will publicly announce its annual “Dirty Dozen List,” […]
On November 16, 2013, Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update made fun at the computer use policies at the Orland Park Public Library. Go to 1:27 in the video to see Seth Meyer’s commentary.
Education is the key that opens doors to invaluable opportunities and possibilities. In first political statement, President Abraham Lincoln said, “Upon the subject of education… I can only say that I view it as the most important subject which we as a people may be engaged in.” Lincoln placed education on a pedestal above all […]
A central Indiana mom is outraged after what her 9-year-old daughter saw on a computer screen at the public library: “She told me she saw a guy looking at porn on the computer.”
Read the full and original by one of the women (Tiffani) who led the effort here: http://asmallmoment.blogspot.com/2012/09/victory.html Here is part of her story of events: My “Stand for Something” post written almost 2 months ago has made it’s way ontoMormonwoman.org, and will soon be published on the Voices for Virtue website. It’s been almost 3 months since the library incident and […]
It comes after a story we first brought you last month; a man touching himself while watching porn at the downtown branch. The library said his behavior was unacceptable, but not the pornography. That changed when parents and other groups brought their complaints to the library board Monday night. They worried about the protection of […]