In 2005, the California State Board of Education reviewed social studies textbooks for middle schools. The textbooks indoctrinate children with Abrahamic religions and teach biblical events as actual facts while treating Hinduism in a derogatory manner. The board failed to provide equal opportunities and equal representation to every religion and culture. CAPEEM was formed to represent parents in California in a lawsuit against the State Board of Education.

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July 14, 2017:
Federal court rules lawsuit challenging California curriculum's unconstitutional denigration of Hinduism will move forward

Yesterday afternoon, United States District Court Judge Charles Breyer of San Francisco issued an order denying part of California state officials' motion to dismiss the Complaint brought by California Parents for the Equalization of Educational Materials (CAPEEM) and three parents of California schoolchildren that challenges the unconstitutional denigration of Hinduism in the state's Curriculum Standards and Framework.