DEARBORN, Mich. — Dearborn parents are suing a Michigan school district for admitting pornographic books into schools.
Dearborn Public School parents served the school board with an intent to sue on Monday night at a Board of Education meeting. After a tumultuous board meeting in October, when hundreds of Muslim and Christian Dearborn parents called for the removal of multiple “sexually explicit” books, parents had “no other choice but to retain legal expertise,” said Dearborn resident Mike Hacham.
“As you are well aware, these parents have expressed to you great concerns regarding books depicting/describing pornography, pedophilia, and/or other sexually explicit content in your school library,” the lawsuit reads. “They are also concerned over your sexual education policy, enhanced by your own denial of their right to ‘opt-out’