Controversy has surfaced over a Cultural Marxist propaganda oriented school camping trip after a parent in South Holland says her daughter was traumatized by a school lesson about the Underground Railroad intended to demonize white students.
Every year, 6th graders at McKinley Elementary School study the Common Core guidelines for the Underground Railroad. In March, as in previous years, the students attended a four-day indoctrination camping trip.
During the outing, school supervisors engaged the students in a re-enactment; however, one parent says it was not a positive learning experience and left her daughter upset. The school brushed off the complaint, calling it a misunderstanding.
“All the black kids were slaves and all the other people were white,” says Dawn Peterson, a parent of one of the student’s who participated in the lesson.
“For anybody, for any tragedy that you go through, you can overcome, don’t stop. That’s what they got from it,” explains the school’s Principal, Jerome Ferrell.
The school says they did get positive feedback from some students, but will continue conversations as to whether they will continue that activity in the future. The school added the camping packet provided to parents lays out the camping itinerary, reports WBBM.
Unfortunately, with today’s racially charged Common Core education system, this is yet another example of shoving guilt onto white children who never owned a slave and have never even considered owning a slave.
It’s also an example that comes out of the goals of the Democrat (Communist) Party.
17. Get control of the schools. Use them as transmission belts for socialism and current Communist propaganda. Soften the curriculum. Get control of teachers’ associations. Put the party line in textbooks.
In short, it’s known as Cultural Marxism. Intentionally demonizing portion of society to create the division necessary to advance the Communist Revolution.
Even PBS is in on the game, as can be seen by the excerpt from their online education program.
The five intermediate or middle-school based lesson plans (targeting grades 6-8) are intended to expand and appreciate a better understanding about the work done on the Underground Railroad from a William Still perspective. Educators may find that these classroom lessons, worksheets, and ideas can be integrated into their current unit or lessons on the subject matter or even adapted for younger or older students with minor redirection. They were developed by educators, for educators in mind.
As a series they take a look at hidden message in songs and hymns of the time, uses of records and writings, public and private, as well as a deeper meaning of the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850. We also provide educators with some ideas to have students re-create an Underground Railroad trail of their own and come to realize that travel in the mid-1800’s was at best not a clear pathway to freedom for those enslaved. We also provide ways to integrate them into uses of digital technology and other web resources.
Hidden Messages in Spirituals
Travel on the Underground Railroad
Social Media and the Underground Railroad
To Follow or Not to Follow?
Heroism and Leadership
This of course is going hand in hand with the teacher and student walkouts, another portion of the Democrat (Communist) goals to take over the USA.
19. Use student riots to foment public protests against programs or organizations which are under Communist attack.
All just a part of the agenda…
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April 20th, 2018