On May 12, 2022, The Deborah Project filed a civil rights lawsuit in federal court in Los Angeles.
Concerned Jewish Parents and Teachers of Los Angeles, et al, v. Liberated Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum Consortium, et al., 2:22-CV-03243-FMO-PVC, C.D. Cal. Our case seeks to stop the use of profoundly antisemitic/anti-Zionist teaching materials from being used in the Los Angeles public-school system, and to enforce California law requiring that all public school teaching materials be made public.
Currently the Liberated Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum Consortium is peddling to different school districts across California, including the one in Los Angeles, the same hateful material that was rejected by the people and government of California prior to the passage of A.B. 101, the California law mandating an ethnic studies course for graduation from high school. Not only are the school districts themselves being approached, but LESMCC is providing training to pre-k to high school educators so that they will incorporate the hateful material in their classrooms. To see a copy of the filed complaint, please click this link.
Please click this link to view the exhibits.