Indiana PBS station discusses AIM investigation
May 8, 2023
Accuracy in Media’s Indiana investigation was featured on Indiana Newsdesk, a program put on by PBS.
“Supporters held a prayer circle at Martinsville High School for a local educator who came under fire after discussing sensitive curriculum material, and a secretly recorded video released nationwide.
The video was taped by activists posing as a parent while working for Accuracy in Media.
The video was later broadcast on Fox News.
One of the administrators in the video was Jenny Oakley, director for e-learning and literacy at the Metropolitan School District of Martinsville.
‘We want this in our curriculum.
‘So, if you could just not say specifically this, then it won’t cause a red flag with the community and I hate that we have to do that, but that way it’s still there and they would support it, if just the content was there.
“It’s the title.’
The clip didn’t include the question posed to Oakley or specify what content she was referring to.
But some on the internet interpreted it as deception against parents in an endorsement of Critical Race Theory.
‘We are under attack for “To Kill a Mockingbird,” and I could go on and on.
Some were disturbed by the content of the video.
Two of the six educators who participated in the secretly taped meeting have been placed on suspension by their school districts.”
Click here to watch the video. The AIM feature begins at the 8-minute mark.