Murphy signs law mandating a LGBT curriculum for every N.J. public school

TRENTON, N.J. — History is a catalog of great deeds performed by great men and women.

Should their sexual orientation matter?


New Jersey’s official (new) position is “yes.”

On Friday, Governor Phil Murphy signed new legislation into law which mandates an emphasis on LGBT and disabled-related historical events and the contributions of figures falling into both categories. It’s part of a larger push by the Democrat majority in Trenton to rewrite your children’s history books to advance a politically correct “progressive” agenda. The law itself is modeled on a similar one adopted by California back in 2011.

“LGBTQ+ history is part of our shared story, and students deserve to know it. Proud to sign a bill that makes New Jersey the second state in the nation to require an LGBTQ+ inclusive curriculum in our schools,” Governor Murphy tweeted.