The materials were obtained by Abigail Shrier, an attendee at the recent California Teachers Association (CTA) Conference in Palm Springs who received them from someone else who also attended. Shrier confirmed their authenticity before official release.
Entitled, "2021 LGBTQ+ Issues Conference, Beyond the Binary: Identity and Imagining Possibilities," the event, which took place from Oct. 29-31, 2021, including workshops about how to subvert parental authority, "handle" conservative communities and, of course, indoctrinate more children into the religion.
One workshop encouraged teachers to "create a safe environment that fosters bravery to explore sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression." Another explained how teachers can create a Gay-Straight Alliance and other LGBTQ+ clubs for middle schoolers using innocent-sounding names.
Other agenda items at the conference included how to deal with "meddlesome parents," as well as how to disguise the identities of LGBTQ+ club members by not holding any roster or records, rendering them "not official."
In one of the leaked audio files, Lori Caldeira, a teacher at Buena Vista Middle School in Las Palmas, described in detail how simply not keeping records of attendance at LGBTQ+ clubs is a "legal loophole" that allows teachers to lie to parents about their children's whereabouts.
Another public school teacher by the name of Kelly Baraki was caught on tape explaining how she calls her LGBTQ+ club the "You Be You" club or "The Equity Club" in order to trick parents into thinking it is something else.
"We started to try and identify kids," Baraki further explained about how she and her colleagues specifically target certain children for recruitment into her club, where she attempts to brainwash them into also joining the lifestyle.
"When they were doing virtual learning, we totally stalked what they were doing on Google when they weren't doing school work," Baraki added.
Many others at the conference admitted to also spying on their students' Google and other internet activity, which Baraki stated is used to "make note of those kids and the things that they bring up with each other in chats or email or whatever."
"We use our observations of kids in the classroom, conversations that we hear, to personally invite students, because that's really the way we kinda get the bodies in the door, right?" Baraki further admitted.
As for Caldeira's tactics, she stated that she tries to weasel her way into building trust with targeted students by volunteering to read the morning announcements and "control[ling] the information that goes home" with students.
"This year, students have been allowed to put openly LGBT content in our morning announcement slides," she added.
Caldeira also says she gets a kick out of how her school's principal "flinches" every time her three-member group assembles at the school because two of them are "non-binary" and the third is "gender fluid."
Another way that Caldeira and Bakari fight back against opposing parents is to engage in a "mind-trick on our students," they both stated at the event. By indoctrinating them with "anti-bullying" propaganda, these two "teachers" hope that their students will go home and use it to brainwash their own parents.
Caldeira also recalled a time when a parent who pushed back was told by the school principal to send the child to a private school, which Caldeira called a "win" for her agenda.
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