About This Project

About This Project

Our goal is make schools and libraries safe places, free from pornography and exploitation. Many schools and public libraries have either no or inadequate filtering software in place on their computers.

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About This Project

A lack of filters results in our children being exposed to pornography, creates a hostile and unsafe environment for patrons and workers and makes these public places a breeding ground for predators.

You Can Help In Your Community!

Do you want to do something about pornography in your local schools and public libraries? You can be a leader in your area! We have many resources to help you. Please send us your name, address and phone number if you’re interested and we will send you a “Getting Started” packet. Email us at grassroots@pornharms.com or fill out the form here.

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Will you do something about this in your local area? We can help you.

Facts About Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIP)

The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) is a federal law enacted by Congress to address concerns about access to offensive content over the Internet on school and library computers.

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In 2001, the ALA and the ACLU challenged the law on the grounds that the law required libraries to unconstitutionally block access to constitutionally protected information on the Internet. In 2003, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the law. LIBRARIES CAN FILTER!

 


For more information about pornography in libraries and schools, please visit our friends at http://tinyurl.com/SafeLibraries


imgWhy should we care? What’s the big deal? This can’t really be a problem! Here are some answers to your questions…
imgMany federal laws give libraries and schools the authority (and responsibility) to filter their computers. The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld these laws repeatedly. Additionally, some state and local laws provide for even stricter measures when it comes to accessing pornography in these places. Here is a brief explanation of the laws and regulations…
img The American Library Association (ALA) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) regularly advocate for access to pornography in schools and libraries. They fought a losing battle all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court advocating for access to pornography. They lost, yet continue to bully libraries and schools into not using filters. Learn more about their policies here…

I  Want To Help!

Are you interested in learning more about what you can do in your community? Download or Contact us and we’ll send you a “Getting Started” packet. It often just takes a concerned parent or citizen to ask for filters to be installed. You can lead the effort in your area! We have many tools and resources to help you.

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