A ministry dedicated to bringing truth to America is concerned that "true racism" seems to have been welcomed back into the country.
According to The College Fix, a teacher at a New York City elementary school recently led her minority students in a "brown girl" call-and-response chant praising Senator Kamala Harris.
Considering Harris' liberal position on issues like sexuality and abortion, Linda Harvey of Mission: America says the unidentified teacher at Stanley Eugene Clark School has chosen the wrong role model.
"The big problem here, of course, is Kamala Harris herself is not an adequate and worthy role model for girls, for young girls of any color," Harvey asserts.
Harvey believes the chant, "Brown girl, brown girl, what do you see? I see a vice president that looks like me," which is based on a poem by a Chicago-area poet, is racist in nature.
"What happened to the idea of being judged for your character rather than the color of your skin," she wonders. "We're going back to the idea of a true racism, that is everything is now about the color of your skin."
Principal Lakeasha Williams recorded the chant and posted it to the school's Facebook account, according to The College Fix.