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‘After School Satan Club’ at elementary school sparks outrage among parents, community


An elementary school in California is facing backlash from parents and the community for allowing an ‘After School Satan Club’ to move forward. 

The club was recently approved at the Golden Hills Elementary School in Tehachapi, California, located in Kern County. 

In an interview with KBAK, one parent described the decision to allow the club, founded by the Satanic Temple and the Reason Alliance, as ‘disgusting,’ while another called it ‘a mistake.’ 

That kind of reaction was expected, according to Paul Hicks, the man who will lead the club at the Northern California school. 

‘We’ve already gotten threats against us,’ said Hicks, who is also a critical thinking professor. ‘As I would often say, there’s no hate like Christian love.’

The After School Satan Club is meant to 'educate children and encourage critical thinking'

The After School Satan Club is meant to ‘educate children and encourage critical thinking’

Parents are furious over the Tehachapi Unified School District's approval of the club

Parents are furious over the Tehachapi Unified School District’s approval of the club

The club is meant to ‘educate children and encourage…



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