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Black Lives Matter (BLM) is kicking off Black History Month with a week of indoctrination in schools across America. The goal is to teach kids gender ideology and that family units can be whatever they want. Church Militant's Trey Blanton presents the harmful activism being preached to children.
Michelle Leete, vice president, Fairfax County NAACP: "Let them die. Don't let these uncomfortable people deter us from our bold march forward."
Activists are pushing an anti-White agenda in America's schools. Black Lives Matter is calling for a curriculum in which globalism is promoted, heteronormative thinking no longer exists, and the nuclear family of husband and wife is disrupted.
Nicole Neily, president, Parents Defending Education: "The 'Race Forward' presentation that talks about whiteness, white fragility, white tears, white savior-ism — I mean, these are really condescending, derogatory messages. Our country is very frayed right now. People are pitted against each other."
BLM's agenda is being taught this week in several states, including Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Washington and Wisconsin. Many parents are encouraging their children to identify as male while appearing feminine and vice versa.
The kinds of lessons that are involved in this are deeply questionable. And I think, you know, reasonable people could differ. There are some people who might want their children to be exposed to lessons like this. Is this the kind of lesson plan that will teach our children to heal and to move forward and to create a more unified nation? I honestly don't think so.
Many of the policies being promoted in schools are the very reasons why society has seen an increase in crime and suicide.
The National Education Association endorses the "Black Lives Matter at Schools" program and helps promote it across the entire country.
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