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Obama’s “Safe Schools Czar” Praised NAMBLA Founder, Too

Posted by Mats on 05/10/2009

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The Washiington Examiner has the latest on President Obama’s safe schools czar Kevin Jennings.
He’s not exactly a child advocate.

Apparently, Jennings is on record praising the founder of the North American Association for Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA), Harry Hay.
How’s that for safe schools?
Regular Folks United reported:

For anyone who spends even an hour on the internet looking into Jennings’ speeches and writings, his nonchalant attitude about an older homosexual man having sex with a boy should not be a surprise. What is surprising is that no one is mentioning reports that Jennings publicly stated that he was inspired by one of the biggest promoters of pedophilia in the country—Harry Hay. Hay actively promoted sex between men and boys and supported the North American Man Boy Love Association (NAMBLA). Transcripts of a GLSEN conference in NYC on October 25, 1997 indicate that Jennings said, “one of the people that always inspired me is Harry Hay.” Jennings also edited a book called Becoming Visible: A Reader in Gay and Lesbian History for High School and College Students which included a biographical sketch on Harry Hay. One of GLSEN’s Education Department resources also lists a work on Harry Hay.

This follows the news that Kevin Jennings admitted to hiding pedophilia from school officials.
He sounds like just the person you want working with children, huh?

UPDATE: Warren Throckmorton has a rebuttal to CNN’s support for Jennings.

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