DC Elementary School Has Four-Year-Olds Identify Racist Family Members During ‘Anti-Racism Fight Club’
Elementary School Asks Four-Year Olds to Identify Racist Family Members & Pushes Anti-White Propaganda
Amber Crawford with 100 Percent Fed Up reports:
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At a public school in Washington, DC, 4-year-olds are being asked to identify racist members of their families as part of an “Anti-Racism Fight Club” program.
Doyin Richards, the creator of the Anti-Racism Fight Club (ARFC) and a self-proclaimed ‘anti-racist facilitator’, gave a presentation at Janney Elementary School for students in Pre-K through 3rd grade. As part of this presentation, the children were given a “fistbook” – rather than a “handbook” – covering topics like racism and racial inequality in a very damaging way, such as insisting that white people “hold all of the power in America.”
In Richards’ “Fistbook for Kids”, he teaches that anti-racism “isn’t a spectator sport” but requires “being loud, uncomfortable, confrontational and visible to ensure change is made.”
“Fistbook” is also a questionable choice for this children’s book. The front page says, “It’s a Fight Club. We don’t do “handbooks.” This brings a connotation of violence to very young children that is not appropriate for the age group it’s being presented to.
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