Along with teaching homosexuality and the delusion of transgenderism, U.S. schools are actively teaching young children to resent and even hate white people.
A book recently discovered in the teaching materials of New York City schools recklessly teaches children as young as 2 the fallacy that race was created by whites claiming they were “better, smarter, prettier, and that they deserve more than everybody else,” according to an item in The New York Post.
The book, called Our Skin, was written by black activist Megan Madison and Brooklynite and library worker Jessica Ralli. Published in 2021, it blames the whole idea of race on white people while offering a macabre illustration of human skulls on shelves.
“A long time ago, way before you were born, a group of white people made up an idea called race. They sorted people by skin color and said that white people were better, smarter, prettier and that they deserve more than everybody else,” the book declares to an audience obviously intended to be very young.
So is racial hate propagated for a new generation.
The book has been placed in kindergarten classrooms in Manhattan, Staten Island and Brooklyn, apparently as part of the Department of Education’s new “Universal Mosaic Curriculum.” The DOE announced the plan under former Mayor de Blasio
“That page alone in my mind is just preaching hate,” said Brooklyn parent-group leader Vito LaBella of the text about sorting people by skin color.
Another page refers to when “the same friend always has to play the bad guy,” with an illustration of a white child dressing a black child in a villain’s mask. Another warns racism: “ …. Is all around us, even if we don’t always notice it.”
That is, don’t trust your own eyes. Trust the book.