WHAT IS STATE FARM DOING IN YOUR COMMUNITY ??

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https://www.theblaze.com/news/state-farm-has-partnered-with-transgender-advocacy-group-to-indoctrinate-5-year-olds-group-says

State Farm, the insurance company that advertises itself as a "good
neighbor," has asked hundreds of its employees to donate books promoting
LGBTQ+ themes to children as young as 5 to local schools and public
libraries, according to an email leaked by a whistleblower.

The company partnered with The GenderCool Project, an advocacy group for
transgender youth, for a campaign "to help diversity classroom, community
center, and library bookshelves with a collection of books to help bring
clarity and understanding to the national conversation about Being
Transgender, Inclusive, and Non-Binary," an employee email from Jan. 18,
2022, obtained by Consumers' Research states.

"The project's goal is to to increase representation of LGBTQ+ books and
support our communities in having challenging, important and empowering
conversations with children Age 5+," State Farm corporate responsibility
analyst Jose Soto wrote to employees.
State Farm had asked employees to deliver a package of three books, "A Kids
Book About Being Transgender," "A Kids Book About Being Non-Binary," and "A
Kids Book About Being Inclusive," to schools and libraries in their area,
said Will Hild, executive director of Consumers' Research. Screenshots from
the books Hild posted to Twitter show a message from the GenderCool team
encouraging readers to "shake off whatever confusion, skepticism, concern,
or biases you may have" about transgender kids. The books introduce
children to what it means to be transgender or non-binary. Gender is how
you feel in your heart and mind, but it may not match what the doctor says
when you are born,” the "Non-Binary" book states.
Soto's Jan. 18 email asked for six State Farm insurance agents in Florida
to volunteer to donate the books to their community by the end of April.
"Along with donating the books, we would encourage the agent to highlight
our commitment to diversity on their social media pages," he wrote. "This
is a fantastic way to give back and an easy project that will help support
the LGBTQ+ community and to make the world around us better."

The email mentioned that this project is part of a nationwide campaign with
nearly 550 State Farm agents and employees participating.

In a statement to the Washington Examiner, State Farm defended the voluntary 
program, reiterating the company's commitment to "diversity and inclusion."

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