Canadian Museum for Human Rights staff told not to mention abortion during some tours: email | CBC News
Some staff at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights were told not to talk about pregnancy or abortion, in addition to censoring LGBT content, during some tours involving religious schools, according to emails obtained by CBC News.
One employee, who booked school group tours, told her manager she got requests “all the time” from Hutterite colony schools and other religious schools to omit certain content.
She said based on direction from a superior, she started making a special note during the booking process on a file that would outline restrictions in place when students came to the museum.
That might include noting that a group came from a Hutterite colony school, and “we need to be very conscious that the tour guide does not use the words or speak about pregnancy/abortion/gay…