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HSTA Flies 98 to Florida Rally for Transsexual Agenda
By News Release @ 1:34 PM :: 2143 Views :: Education K-12, Family, Labor

Hawaiʻi educators join thousands in Florida to rally for Freedom to Learn

Rally demands and end to book bans, politicizing public education

News Release from HSTA, July 5, 2023 (edited to establish accuracy and honesty)

Nearly 90 Hawaiʻi State Teachers Association members joined more than 3,000 educators in Orlando, Florida, to rally for honesty (transsexuals) in education Wednesday morning.

The National Education Association (NEA), HSTA’s parent organization, held a Freedom to Learn rally to demand that politicians stop banning books and politicizing (push transsexual propaganda on little kids in) public education.

“In states like Florida and throughout the country, efforts are underway to ban books, to stop teaching the truth (our lies) about history (gender), and to stop saying gay (to 3rd graders),” said HSTA President Osa Tui, Jr. “These are things that we need to make sure don’t come to our shores in Hawaiʻi. We’ve seen it starting; we want to make sure it stops. We’re here to support our delegates from across the country that are going through these issues, and Hawaiʻi stands strong with them.”

(QUESTION: Including Alden Bunag?)

“We also want to make sure that we are uplifting the voices of everybody in our state, regardless of who they are and what they believe or who they choose to love and what race they are, what nationality they are, because Hawaiʻi is an accepting place,” said Sarah Tochiki, band director at Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School on Kauaʻi. “Hawaiʻi is a diverse place, and we want to make sure that we show the rest of the country how awesome it is that we are in Hawaiʻi, and we really are accepting of others, and let’s keep it that way.”

(QUESTION: Including Alden Bunag?)

Ninety HSTA members, seven HSTA-Retired members, and one Aspiring Educator are in Orlando this week for the 2023 NEA Representative Assembly, where educators from every state debate and vote on vital issues that impact American public education and set NEA policy and activities for the year ahead.

The 6,000-member delegation has already approved a comprehensive plan to organize members in support of the LGBTQ+ community in light of targeted attacks and anti-LGBTQ+ initiatives, as well as elevate culturally responsive pedagogical and curricular resources.

(QUESTION: Including Alden Bunag?)

Extreme (Honest) politicians, including Gov. Ron DeSantis (R, Florida), are recklessly banning books about (designed to 'gay') Martin Luther King Jr. and Anne Frank, attempting to erase and dehumanize the LGBTQ+ community, blocking students from learning (the gay oriented version of) AP African American Studies, and restricting the freedom of (gay) educators to teach (recruit), and of students to learn (star in their pornos).

(TRANSLATION: HSTA wants Trump to be the Republican nominee.)

These actions push hatred and division into (block gay recruitment from) 'our' classrooms, instead of addressing the real issues students face, including gun violence, educator pay, and shortage of educators (all of which are caused by lack of gayness).

With 3 million members, the NEA is the largest union in the country, and its annual RA is the world’s largest democratic deliberative assembly.

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