In the name of ending white supremacy and systemic racism, school districts are indoctrinating students with a new radical vision of American society.
In fall 2020, a fourth-grade class in Burnsville read a book that warns students that police are “mean” to black people, but “nice” to white people. “Cops stick up for each other,” it says. “And they don’t like black men.”
At Eagan High School, a 9th-grade class began the 2020-21 school year by watching a YouTube video entitled “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man.” In the words of one parent who saw the video and the leading questions students had to answer: “It was white guilt, all the way down.”
In Hopkins, Superintendent Rhoda Mhiripiri-Reed told returning faculty and staff that to “eradicate” a “pandemic of racial injustice,” “we need to examine the role that whiteness plays in our macrosystem of white supremacy.”
Hopkins school officials vowed to restructure student learning around the “13 characteristics of white supremacy.” These include requiring… read full article – a MUST-READ>>