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Superintendent apologizes for pro-gay marriage video

www.wkow.com Published: May 13, 2014

The superintendent of the Janesville School District in Wisconsin sent a letter out Tuesday morning to condemn the showing of a video called "Kids React To Gay Marriage" at Craig High School last month, according to WKOW.com.



Dr. Karen Schulte wrote that the video was selected by the school's Gay/Straight Alliance and approved by both the club's advisers and Craig High Principal Dr. Alison Bjoin to be shown as part of the Day of Silence observance on April 11.

Dr. Schulte goes on to write that the district believes the video was not consistent with the goals and purposes of the Day of Silence, which is designed to call attention to the harassment and discrimination faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth, WKOW.com reports.

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