Miley Cyrus Foundation Donates to LGBTQ Program After School Ban

Miley Cyrus Foundation Donates to LGBTQ Program After School Ban

Miley Cyrus Foundation: The song “Rainbowland” by Miley Cyrus and Dolly Parton has been prohibited from first-graders at a Wisconsin school because it “may be deemed controversial,” according to school administrators.

She claimed that 44-year-old Melissa Tempel and her students had been practicing the song for three days while humming songs about how lovely it would be to live in a world free of judgment.

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The Waukesha School District then announced last week that first-graders would not be able to perform “Rainbowland” during a school concert in May. The administrators in Waukesha, which is roughly 15 miles west of Milwaukee, allegedly failed to provide Ms. Tempel with an explanation.

Miley Cyrus, the pop star and advocate for the LGBTQ community, responded with kindness and generosity after her duet with godmother Dolly Parton was removed from the spring concert lineup at Heyer Elementary School in Wisconsin. In a show of support, Cyrus’ non-profit organization, the Happy Hippie Foundation, announced that it will make a donation to a worthy cause in honor of the students at Heyer Elementary.

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The controversy arose after the school administration pulled Cyrus and Parton’s duet “Rainbowland” from the concert, citing potential controversy. The song, which was included in Cyrus’ 2017 album “Younger Now,” is about acceptance and features lyrics that promote love and understanding for all people.

In response to the decision, the Happy Hippie Foundation made a donation to Pride and Less Prejudice, an organization that provides LGBTQ-inclusive books to pre-K through 3rd-grade classrooms. The donation was made in honor of the “bright future” of the students at Heyer Elementary.

Despite the decision to remove “Rainbowland” from the concert, the school’s music teacher included “Rainbow Connection” from The Muppets in the lineup. The decision to initially ban “Rainbow Connection” was met with pushback from parents and the Waukesha Alliance for Education.

Melissa Tempel, a language teacher at Heyer Elementary, spoke out about the decision and questioned the reasoning behind it. In response, Waukesha Superintendent James Sebert stated that the decision was based on the appropriateness of the song for the first-grade students.

The Happy Hippie Foundation expressed support for the students at Heyer Elementary, encouraging them to continue being themselves and promoting acceptance and understanding. The foundation’s response to the controversy serves as a reminder of the importance of promoting inclusivity and acceptance, particularly in educational settings.

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