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Trans Agenda Continues - Targeting children at Nashua NH library @ 4:00 PM today, 12 Jan

 
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Re: Trans Agenda Continues - Targeting children at Nashua NH library @ 4:00 PM today, 12 Jan
I'm surprised this is being floated in what used to be a pretty conservative state.
 Quoting: Eilonwy


This! I live in the town next door which is very open about kids being gay and wanting to be transgender. No one is picked on for it. Most likely due to the fact that most people that live here are from MA.
 Quoting: 88


I'm on the other side of the Merrimack. I'm not in the know about this whole xgender thing. But I can tell you this most likely would not be tolerated in my town.

I am a veteran and IF I could do something to prevent this happening without getting arrested myself. I would be on the front lines fighting this fight. But I'm sure I would take it to a level above the average protester and it would go extremist level.
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I've been saying for many years that the real, ultimate goal of all these perversions is the children. This is the easiest way these degenerates have access to kids, through the libraries. We'll probably be seeing drag queens in SCHOOLS soon. People have to fight against this and I just don't see them fighting back sufficiently. Drag shows and personna are STRICTLY for adult..er...consumption.
 Quoting: Spinach Pie


Good point.
I work at a library in the midwest, and we would never have anything like this. I couldn't see it happening here. We have programs every week, but a lot of the entertainment is geared towards the old people. Lots of broadway, an Elvis impersonator, oldies, etc. Even the programs geared towards kids I couldn't ever see our children's librarian bringing in drag queens. But you never know...
I used to never see
 Quoting: BleachedPink1111


How can we shut this down?
 Quoting: REYMEGA TRUTH


NH Cornerstone is trying to shut it down. From the article it sounds like a bunch of concerned citizens reached out to the organization.

The event is tomorrow and this morning was the first I've heard about it.

According to the article, someone from the library contacted the adult entertainer and invited him:

“This came up from the library, they contacted me and I was so excited about it because I always wanted to be a role model for people having the same issues I went through,” Toosoon said.

Looking at the Nashua Library and it had to be one of these people:
 Quoting: ElleMira


Start a telephone campaign. Call them and call all the references below Let them know your thoughts.

[link to directory.nhlibraries.org]

Jennifer McCormack - Director
[link to www.linkedin.com (secure)]
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]


Jennifer McCormack
Director Nashua Public Library
Jennifer McCormack, who began her position at the library in Nashua on January 25, 2010 was previously director of the Tewksbury Public Library in Massachusetts. During her years in the library profession, Jennifer also served as assistant director and reference librarian at the Amesbury (Mass.) Public Library, and worked at the Phillips Exeter Academy and Seabrook libraries. During her years working in Massachusetts Jennifer served as vice president of the executive board of the Merrimack Valley Library Consortium, was an active member of the Statewide Sorting and Delivery committee. Jennifer is currently a member of both the New Hampshire and New England Library Associations. Jennifer serves on the Hunt Building Board of Trustees and is part of the leadership team of One Greater Nashua.

Ms. McCormack believes that strategic planning that invites participation from community groups and agencies makes public libraries stronger and more valuable to the community. She has written several strategic plans for libraries and will use this experience to craft a plan of service that is responsive to the needs of all Nashua citizens. Her vision for Nashua’s public library includes an array of services and programming that reflect the changing demographics of the city, the growing demand for digital collections, cultural events and continuing support for learners of all ages.

Ms. McCormack received her master's degree in library and information science from Simmons College and a bachelor's degree in history from the University of New Hampshire. Jennifer currently resides in Nashua.

Feel free to stop by the administration office, downstairs across from the elevator, to talk to Jennifer about any library matter. You can reach her at 589-4620 or by email.
[link to www.peoplefinders.com (secure)]

Jenn Hosking - Assistant Director
[link to www.linkedin.com (secure)]
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]
[link to www.zoominfo.com (secure)]

Carol Luers Eyman - Outreach & Community Services Coordinator
[link to www.mylife.com (secure)]
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]
[link to www.whitepages.com (secure)]

Ashlee Norwood - Supervisor, Teen Services
[link to twitter.com (secure)] LOOK AT this!
[link to www.nashualibrary.org (secure)]


Kathy Bolton - Supervisor, Children's Services
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]
[link to www.whitepages.com (secure)]
[link to www.linkedin.com (secure)]


[link to www.nashualibrary.org (secure)]

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Re: Trans Agenda Continues - Targeting children at Nashua NH library @ 4:00 PM today, 12 Jan
Has anyone else made phone calls. Flood their phone bank. Ring it and for free. call them *67 if you want to remain anonymous. Give them your opinion.
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Good point.
I work at a library in the midwest, and we would never have anything like this. I couldn't see it happening here. We have programs every week, but a lot of the entertainment is geared towards the old people. Lots of broadway, an Elvis impersonator, oldies, etc. Even the programs geared towards kids I couldn't ever see our children's librarian bringing in drag queens. But you never know...
I used to never see
 Quoting: BleachedPink1111


How can we shut this down?
 Quoting: REYMEGA TRUTH


NH Cornerstone is trying to shut it down. From the article it sounds like a bunch of concerned citizens reached out to the organization.

The event is tomorrow and this morning was the first I've heard about it.

According to the article, someone from the library contacted the adult entertainer and invited him:

“This came up from the library, they contacted me and I was so excited about it because I always wanted to be a role model for people having the same issues I went through,” Toosoon said.

Looking at the Nashua Library and it had to be one of these people:
 Quoting: ElleMira


Start a telephone campaign. Call them and call all the references below Let them know your thoughts.

[link to directory.nhlibraries.org]

Jennifer McCormack - Director
[link to www.linkedin.com (secure)]
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]


Jennifer McCormack
Director Nashua Public Library
Jennifer McCormack, who began her position at the library in Nashua on January 25, 2010 was previously director of the Tewksbury Public Library in Massachusetts. During her years in the library profession, Jennifer also served as assistant director and reference librarian at the Amesbury (Mass.) Public Library, and worked at the Phillips Exeter Academy and Seabrook libraries. During her years working in Massachusetts Jennifer served as vice president of the executive board of the Merrimack Valley Library Consortium, was an active member of the Statewide Sorting and Delivery committee. Jennifer is currently a member of both the New Hampshire and New England Library Associations. Jennifer serves on the Hunt Building Board of Trustees and is part of the leadership team of One Greater Nashua.

Ms. McCormack believes that strategic planning that invites participation from community groups and agencies makes public libraries stronger and more valuable to the community. She has written several strategic plans for libraries and will use this experience to craft a plan of service that is responsive to the needs of all Nashua citizens. Her vision for Nashua’s public library includes an array of services and programming that reflect the changing demographics of the city, the growing demand for digital collections, cultural events and continuing support for learners of all ages.

Ms. McCormack received her master's degree in library and information science from Simmons College and a bachelor's degree in history from the University of New Hampshire. Jennifer currently resides in Nashua.

Feel free to stop by the administration office, downstairs across from the elevator, to talk to Jennifer about any library matter. You can reach her at 589-4620 or by email.
[link to www.peoplefinders.com (secure)]

Jenn Hosking - Assistant Director
[link to www.linkedin.com (secure)]
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]
[link to www.zoominfo.com (secure)]

Carol Luers Eyman - Outreach & Community Services Coordinator
[link to www.mylife.com (secure)]
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]
[link to www.whitepages.com (secure)]

Ashlee Norwood - Supervisor, Teen Services
[link to twitter.com (secure)] LOOK AT this!
[link to www.nashualibrary.org (secure)]


Kathy Bolton - Supervisor, Children's Services
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]
[link to www.whitepages.com (secure)]
[link to www.linkedin.com (secure)]


[link to www.nashualibrary.org (secure)]

 Quoting: uhftx


Thank you for this. I along with others have been voicing our complaints. The event is still planned for 4 pm. I wouldn't be surprised if there's a big turn out to pray and protest.
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Re: Trans Agenda Continues - Targeting children at Nashua NH library @ 4:00 PM today, 12 Jan
what happened?
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Re: Trans Agenda Continues - Targeting children at Nashua NH library @ 4:00 PM today, 12 Jan
I'm surprised this is being floated in what used to be a pretty conservative state.
 Quoting: Eilonwy


This! I live in the town next door which is very open about kids being gay and wanting to be transgender. No one is picked on for it. Most likely due to the fact that most people that live here are from MA.
 Quoting: 88


I'm on the other side of the Merrimack. I'm not in the know about this whole xgender thing. But I can tell you this most likely would not be tolerated in my town.

I am a veteran and IF I could do something to prevent this happening without getting arrested myself. I would be on the front lines fighting this fight. But I'm sure I would take it to a level above the average protester and it would go extremist level.
 Quoting: uhftx


Thank you for your service. I think people should protest this or fpimping out of an 11 year old boy/girl. Why is it frowned upon when parents dress their daughter up like a ho when she's 11 and prance her around, but it's okay to promote and make money off this.
Eilonwy

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Re: Trans Agenda Continues - Targeting children at Nashua NH library @ 4:00 PM today, 12 Jan
Another similar thread about another town:

Thread: Heroes protect children from Drag Queen Story Hour in Tennessee

news article about Nashua event:

[link to www.nashuatelegraph.com]

Last Edited by Eilonwy on 01/14/2019 05:39 PM
“A grower of turnips or shaper of clay, a commot Farmer or a king--every man is a hero if he strives more for others than for himself alone.”
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