1.The school division was inundated with calls, letters and emails after a delegation at its May 8 meeting, led by former school trustee and grandmother Lorraine Hackenschmidt, called on the division to set up a committee to review the content of books available in school libraries, and remove titles deemed inappropriate, including "any books that caused our kids to question whether they are in the wrong body." The trustees ultimately voted 6-1 to reject a proposal to create a committee of trustees and parents to review books available in division schools. Do you agree with the trustee's decision to reject the proposal?
2.Some titles singled out by the May 8 delegation included Being Jazz by Jazz Jennings, an American transgender advocate, and It's Perfectly Normal by Robie H. Harris, an illustrated book for children 10 and older dealing with puberty and sex. Do you think either of these books are inappropriate topics to have in schools?
3.As we watch book bans happening in the U.S., along with drag show bans and laws targeting trans and LGTBQ+ people, are you concerned about these things happening in Canada?
No, I don't think it will happen here
No, I want at least some of these things to happen here
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