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Parental Rights

Natick

Stop Child Indoctrination. Support REAL Inclusion. Join Parental Rights Natick.

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Who Are We?

We are a nonpartisan grassroots group of concerned parents and community members fighting for education transparency and accountability around Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) school policies. We also give a voice to students, parents, teachers, and school administrators who are afraid to speak out!

"I watch and listen to what is happening in Natick and I figured everyone was just not going to do anything and I felt awful for the children and families that fear speaking up. I was thrilled to hear there are families organizing and doing something to protect their children and all children...The children are lucky there’s people organizing to stand up for them."

— Natick resident email to Parental Rights Natick, September 25, 2023

“When going through [child’s] school folder, I found a paper about ‘gender expression.’ I asked her what this was. She went on to tell me about a book that was read in class called Call Me Max about a person born a girl but is a boy. I was shocked and appalled that this is being taught to my 7 year old.”

— 2nd grade parent email to NPS principal and superintendent re: Call Me Max,

September 17, 2022

“[child] gave a lot of pushback about going to school today because of a nightmare she had last night. She told me in her dream her teacher cut off all of her hair, put a wig on her, and made her be a boy. She told me she didn't want to go to school because that will happen. I stand very firm in thinking 7 years old is far too young for this topic.”

— 2nd grade parent email to NPS principal re: Call Me Max, September 19, 2022

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