The Lester B. Pearson school board is calling the secularism charter a modern-day version of "speak white."
It is one of three organizations today that called for Bill 60 to be withdrawn, on the last day the National Assembly is accepting written briefs on it.
Board chair Suanne Stein-Day says the charter promotes fear and hate, and is the 2013 version of the infamous phrase "speak white" — a phrase once lobbed by English Canadians at French Canadians who spoke French in public.
"The bill goes against everything we believe in," she says.
The board is lining up with Quebec's English teachers' union, QPAT, and the organized Jewish community, who are all calling in their submissions for Bill 60 to be scrapped.
"It has a chilling effect on the Jewish community, and every minority being targeted by this bill," says David Ouellette with the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs.