Gavin Newsom’s wife’s films, shown in schools, contain explicit imagery, promote gender ideology and reinforce his politics

Gavin Newsom’s wife’s films, shown in schools, contain explicit imagery, promote gender ideology and reinforce his politics

Gavin Newsom’s wife’s films, shown in schools, contain explicit imagery, promote gender ideology and reinforce his politics

Jennifer Siebel Newsom, wife of Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom, founded The Representation Project as a non-profit organization to combat “sexism through film education, research and activism.” Siebel Newsom writes and directs gender identity films which are produced by her nonprofit, Girls Club Entertainment, and then licensed to public schools by the nonprofit.

The films, which include Miss Representation, The Mask You Live In, The Great American Lie, and Fair Play, are licensed to taxpayer-funded schools in every state and sometimes contain sexually explicit imagery and encourage students to do so To feel “shame and sorrow” at American society divided by privilege and oppression. They’ll be paired with curriculum that includes a discussion of Governor Newsom’s comments in the films, urging her to rally her friends and vote for coordinated politicians who support a “care economy” that “embraces universal human values.”

“The Representation Project’s films and curriculum deserve scrutiny because taxpayers fund schools that license them,” said Adam Andrzejewski, founder of Open The Books, whose monitoring group discovered the materials and made them available to Fox News Digital.

“Newsom’s films and curriculum are saturated with images taken directly from pornographic websites whose URLs are visible on screen,” Andrzejewski added. “Minors are subject to social commentary about privilege and oppression, and one commenter says Americans, as a society, need to ‘express shame and sadness about who we are and what we have done.'”

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Jennifer Siebel Newsom, wife of Gavin Newsom, founded The Representation Project, which licenses films to schools.

Jennifer Siebel Newsom, wife of Gavin Newsom, founded The Representation Project, which licenses films to schools.
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“Coupled with calls to further organize and disseminate the films, it is clear that Siebel Newsom is attempting to politically activate students in accordance with some radical ideologies about gender, identity, race and privilege,” Andrzejewski said.

Siebel Newsom’s films promote leftist notions of gender and sexuality, and at times contain sexually explicit imagery. The content has raised objections from at least one parent.

In 2019, a California resident filed a complaint after his 12-year-old daughter’s class at Creekside Middle School performed “The Mask You Live In,” which “follows boys and young men struggling to be true to themselves remain while they transcend America’s definition of masculinity.” It contained sexually explicit imagery and violence against women in part of the film that dealt with internet pornography.

“Some of the images when slowed down weren’t blurry, and even if they’re blurry, it’s obvious what’s going on,” the father told The Sacramento Bee. “This is absolutely profane and disgusting.”

The school later found that the teacher had accidentally played the full version of the film to the class, not the edited version intended for younger children.

In addition, Siebel Newsom’s films and the Representation Project’s lesson plans strongly promote gender identity. In the syllabus, which begins with “The Mask You Live In,” a Genderbread Person is introduced, showing junior high and high school students how sex, ‘gender expression’, ‘sexual attraction’ and ‘gender identity’ exist on a spectrum and can be mixed and matched.

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Source: Genderbread Person activities from The Mask You Live In the curriculum for middle and high school students.

Kindergarteners will not receive the Genderbread Person material, but similar gender identity lessons will be provided that include gender introductions beyond “boy” and “girl.”

In the syllabus for The Great American Lie,” which “examines the roots of systemic inequalities through a unique gender lens”, Students are asked to take a “privilege walk,” which involves disclosing personal information to compare themselves to their peers inside and outside the classroom. ‘Privileges’ include being ‘a cisgender male’, ‘white’, ‘US born’, ‘straight’ and speaking English as a first language.

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Source: Activity from The Great American Lie curriculum, The Representation Project for high school and college students.

The film The Great American Lie features prominent journalists and lawyers speaking out about oppression. Charles Blow, a New York Times columnist and political analyst at MSNBC, seems to be telling viewers that their “privilege” is built on his oppression.

“We have to stop being blind to history, stop being blind to systems, understand that there are privileges and oppressions in society, and indeed they work like a seesaw. Their privilege is actually based on my oppression,” Blow says in the film.

Bryan Stevenson, an attorney and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, an Alabama-based group campaigning to end mass incarceration, also makes a cameo and wants viewers to feel “shame and sadness.”

“We actually have to tell the truth. We need to express shame and sadness for who we are and what we have done. We have to find the will to reconcile with a different future,” says Stevenson.

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Jennifer Siebel Newsom's films promote her husband and his politics.

Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s films promote her husband and his politics.
(Kevork Djansezian)

Some of The Representation Project’s lesson plans also focus on urging students to engage in political and social activism. Two of Siebel Newsom’s films, Miss Representation and The Great American Lie, feature her husband.

“As Gavin Newsom’s national profile grows, he continues to appear in two of his wife’s films, first as Lieutenant Governor of California and later as Governor,” Andrzejewski told Fox News Digital. “While state-contracted companies donate to both his campaigns and Siebel Newsom’s nonprofit, students are instructed to discuss his political philosophy and embrace politicians like him. Mind you, these films have been licensed by schools in all fifty states.”

Screenshot of Gavin Newsom in Miss Representation

Screenshot of Gavin Newsom in Miss Representation
(The Miss Representation Movie)

In the films, Siebel Newsom casts her husband as a champion of women’s rights. In “Women’s Representation,” Speaking about his time as mayor of San Francisco, he says, “One of the first things I did when I came to San Francisco was appoint a police chief and a fire chief.”

Students using the syllabus discuss Gov. Newsom’s points and are encouraged to gather friends and vote for politicians “who show empathy through their support policies.”

The Great American Lie curriculum for high school and college students, asking them to watch and discuss a clip of Gov. Gavin Newsom.

The Great American Lie curriculum for high school and college students, asking them to watch and discuss a clip of Gov. Gavin Newsom.

The substitution project’s curricula are used by more than 5,000 schools in 50 states, according to its impact report, which highlights its work from 2011 to 2019. The nonprofit, a 501(c)3 education group, said over 11,200 copies of the curriculum had been distributed, reaching more than 2.6 million students during that time.

The report also describes the nonprofit as the “national leader in gender equality monitoring” that “runs active social media campaigns that hold corporations, content creators, political leaders and others accountable.”

The Representation Project charges royalties ranging from $49 to $599, which have brought the group nearly $1.5 million in revenue since 2012, tax records show. However, it’s unclear how much of the payments came from the schools, as they also license materials to individuals and businesses.

The Representation Project holds the licenses for The Mask You Live In, The Great American Lie, and Fair Play.,” while Siebel Newsom’s nonprofit that produces the films, Girls Club Entertainment, owns the license to Miss Representation.” The Representation Project is paying Girls Club Entertainment for the distribution and public performance rights to this film.

The Representation Project, meanwhile, came under scrutiny earlier after The Sacramento Bee reported that several of its publicly disclosed donors were also trying to influence Governor Newsom.

The nonprofit also recently operated in California while violating regulations. While it’s unclear exactly when the nonprofit went into bankruptcy, a rejected application in the state charity database from almost a year ago was the last to surface on Jan. 11.

Offending non-profit organizations cannot operate or raise funds because they do not have a good reputation. Still, The Representation Project has made progress following its rejected annual submission and throughout 2022, including conducting lavish fundraisers, Fox News Digital reported last week.

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However, on Jan. 12, the day Fox News Digital published its report, The Representation Project sought to file filings with the attorney general’s office, which were promptly processed and put them back in good standing, the filings show. Usually the process can take days or even months.

The Representation Project did not respond to a Fox News Digital request for comment.

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