My child's high school (Clayton Valley Charter High School) recently made an "Equity and Inclusion Lending Library." The library has titles such as "White Fragility" and "Call Me By Your Name," which is a book about a 17-year-old boy who is on vacation with his parents and has a sexual relationship with a 25-year-old man he meets in town while on vacation.
Other titles included in the library are "For Today I Am A Boy" and "The Last Time I Wore A Dress". There are dozens of books in the library.
Technically Clayton Valley Charter High School isn't part of the Mount Diablo School District. Their building is owned by the district, but the school is overseen by the Contra Costa County Office of Education and they have their own school board.
Submitted: Oct 02, 2020