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Schools Across the Country Participating in ‘Black Lives Matter At School’ Week

Schools Across the Country Participating in ‘Black Lives Matter At School’ Week

“takes place from Feb. 6 to 10, focuses K-12 curriculums on 13 guiding principles”

Schools are still not listening to parents and this is proof. This is also a good argument for home schooling.

The Daily Caller reports:

Schools To Host Black Lives Matter At School Week Which Teaches Kids About ‘Trans Affirmation,’ ‘Restorative Justice’

Schools across the country are celebrating national “Black Lives Matter at School” week which teaches students about “restorative justice,” “globalism” and to be “trans-affirming,” according to the curriculum.

National “Black Lives Matter at School” week, which takes place from Feb. 6 to 10, focuses K-12 curriculums on 13 guiding principles including “restorative justice,” trans-affirmation and “diversity and globalism,” according to the curriculum. Through lesson plans, suggested reading, documentaries and activities, students learn about “structural racism” and how to be activists for the movement.

“Black Lives Matter (BLM), as a political movement and an organization, has been proven to be a corrupted trojan horse that hijacks public education and injects hate and division into our young students,” Wenyuan Wu, executive director of Californians for Equal Rights Foundation, a group that focused on combating racial discrimination, told the Daily Caller News Foundation.

The national group suggests schools start the week teaching about “restorative justice, empathy and loving engagement,” the curriculum showed. Lessons include “Who You Gonna Call, exploring alternatives to policing” which asks students to read articles that detail how to rely on community organizations rather than the police and participate in a workshop that discovers “viable alternatives to policing.”

On day two, educators are advised to focus on “diversity and globalism” with suggested reading on Palestine including “Determined to Stay,” a story about Palestinians fighting for their land against “Israeli efforts,” the lesson plans stated. Educators are given suggested lessons on diversity, including “Teaching Tolerance,” which features an “anti-racism activity” where first through fifth-grade students learn about “unfair practices” and discrimination using Dr. Seuss’s picture book, The Sneetches.

During the week, students learn about “homophobia and transphobia” and to “recognize that LGBTQ people exist,” the curriculum showed. A suggested lesson plan for third through sixth graders focuses on the past of LGBTQ people and “events in American history that are often omitted from textbooks.”


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JackinSilverSpring | February 6, 2023 at 8:18 am

They should be doing this in predominantly black schools with the proviso that “only blacks can save black lives.”

“Lessons include “Who You Gonna Call, exploring alternatives to policing”
Gaston Glock. If backup is indicated, add Smith and Wesson.

Apple’s iPhone update of the week included “a new wallpaper celebrating Black Lives Matter,” featured as the very first line of the update description. So it looks like the left still hasn’t heard the message that America got wise to the scam long ago, after the mansion and the missing $10-48 million hit the newswires.

Why Are You Still Sending Your Kids to School?: The Case for Helping Them Leave, Chart Their Own Paths, and Prepare for Adulthood.
Author: Boles, Blake
Year: 2020

The Case Against Education: Why the Education System Is a Waste of Time and Money.
Author: Caplan, Bryan
Year: 2018

The Teenage Liberation Handbook (3rd Edition): How to Quit School and Get a Real Life and Education.
Author: Llewellyn, Grace
Year: 2021

Inside American Education: The Decline, The Deception, The Dogmas.
Author: Sowell, Thomas
Year: 1993

1. Human skin comes in many varieties and colors.

2. Human lives are colorless and have no relatioship to color or race.

3. No human life is more valuable than any other human life.

4. To identify human life in terms of color is racist propaganda.

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I bet there are a lot of blacks, whose lives matter just like anyone else’s, that aren’t trans-affirming nor particularly tolerant of lgbtq at all and don’t want to be associated with those things. It’s not even blm week, it’s woke week under the blm flag.

Written by another and posted repetitively across the Web but is still appropriate in its sarcastic manner:

I think this would be a wonderful opportunity to pause for a moment and give thanks for the great contributions of the Black community to our society. Their peaceful and generous nature make them ideal neighbors, lending testimony to their exceptional family values and parenting skills unrivaled by any other culture.

Their commitment to academic excellence enriches our schools and serves as an example to all who hope to achieve prominence as a people. Real estate values are fueled by the mix of African Americans into an area due to their caring and respectful nature of these communities, an example of all they have achieved through their enthusiasm for self-improvement by hard work and a self-reliant, can-do nature. Without their industrious and creative drive, we would be poorer as a nation.