Alpha News recently sat down with Michele Lentz, president of the Child Protection League, for an in-studio interview.
Interviewed by Kyle Hooten, Lentz spoke about the work of the Child Protection League, a nonprofit whose mission is to protect children from indoctrination, exploitation, and violence.
She underscored just how crucial their mission is, given the fact that Minnesota checks in as one of the worst states in the U.S. for the light sentencing of child sexual predators — specifically those who traffic in the possession, distribution, or production of child pornography.
School administrators from seven Minnesota districts are being required to take critical race theory training, as was reported by Child Protection League. The course is taught by Muhammad Khalifa, through his leadership institute. According to Julie Quist, the Board Chair for Child Protection League, an administrative staff from one of the districts who wishes to remain anonymous shared handouts from the required sessions.