Awakened parents crashing party preaching anti-white hate

Friday, May 14, 2021
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indoctrination (human brain)White students at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee were instructed to “confront whiteness” on their college campus by two far-left speakers, the latest example of rampant anti-white lectures, but elsewhere the public is rising up and pushing back on the Left’s twisted version of equality.

The event at UWM featured two far-left "Reflective Justice" experts from nearby Beloit College who addressed the audience of white people as part of an “Honors Anti-racism Series” at the public university, The College Fix reported.

Approximately 25,000 students attend UWM, where approximately 67% of the undergraduates are white.

According to the Fix, the two speakers are professors from Beloit College, a small private college, where their “Reflective Justice” seminar claims it helps white people in higher education “decenter” their whiteness which allows minorities to “thrive” when they do so.

"Reflective Justice" websiteThe website (pictured at right) that promotes the “Reflective Justice” seminar claims “decentering whiteness is the first step in dismantling radicalized oppression and creating more humane working environments for all people.”

That statement suggests the professors are students of Critical Race Theory, which claims white people are inherently racist and must be confronted with their unconscious belief in white supremacy. Both professors, in fact, teach Critical Identify Studies at Benoit, College Fix points out.

Julaine Appling of Wisconsin Family Council says what was promoted as an anti-racism seminar at the university was really anti-Creator propaganda.  

"What they're actually doing now at this point, with these kinds of ‘Reflective Justice’ meetings and dialogue,” she says, “is trying to get these students, who God created white, to apologize for being what God created them to be."

Parents everywhere pushing back 

Because left-wing activists got a big head start, millions of college and high school students have sat through semesters of anti-white lectures that were promoted as anti-racism seminars and workshops. Only in recent months have critics, braving left-wing backlash, publicly pushed back.

“CRT is racist,” one angry mother, who is black, angrily told a Virginia school board this week. “It is abusive. It discriminates against one color.”

Klan rally (black and white pic)The parent, whose speech compared CRT to the KKK, went viral on social media after she blasted left-wing Loudoun County Public Schools.

Parents there have discovered not only Critical Race Theory in the classrooms but graphic sex-ed materials, too.

Joe Mobley, another Loudoun County parent, told Fox News the school district allowed sexually explicit materials as part of a so-called “Equity Library.” Angry parents recently learned about the obscene materials and denounced that, too, at a recent school board meeting, he said.

Parents in southern Ohio, meanwhile, are confronting public school leaders in Lakota and Kings school districts where reports of Critical Race Theory and sexually graphic material have been discovered by now-awakened parents.


"That's what it takes,” Linda Harvey, who leads Columbus-based Mission America, says of the grassroots activism. “It takes parents to get up to the microphone in these meetings to publicize it, [to] get other parents involved.”

The group Ohio Value Voters is urging the public to speak up at school board meetings and to speak up at the ballot box, too, by replace left-wing school board members and school leaders who are focused on left-wing indoctrination instead of academics.

'Rehumanize' mathMany such school leaders have successfully hidden left-wing teachings from parents, while mocking their political and religious beliefs behind closed doors, until their left-wing agenda is uncovered and they face an angry, organized crowd.  

Back in Loudoun County, Virginia, parents are now organizing a petition drive to recall the school board members who are accused of “infecting” the classrooms with Critical Race Theory, The Washington Times reported.

A parent-led group that formed in April called Fight for Schools, which formed a PAC, started the petition drive last week.

“These administrators and school boards,” Harvey says of such leaders, “are often either clueless, or they are far-left, or they are spineless."

Regardless of their motives, she says, the only way to stop this classroom indoctrination is to remove the leaders who are allowing it.

One News Now reported in a May 13 story that a poll found parents overwhelmingly object to classroom lessons that emphasize race, promote political activism, and teach students the United States is a racist country.



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