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BERRIEN COUNTY, Mich.- 'Stronger Together' is a new, non-partisan movement advocating for the educational interests of all Brandywine students.
Bringing together a mix of alumni, parents, and educators, the growing movement is in response to the "We the Parents" political action committee, which helped elect several school board members in 2022.
Following that election, board members initiated a push to suspend "pornographic" material from the school libraries. At the February 13 school board meeting, board members voted to halt all new inventory of books saying they want to review the books currently in the library before ordering new ones.
The goal is to remove all sexually explicit or violent material from the school library.
The decision was met with some opposition by parents and alumni in the crowd.