Ferguson Fallout: School Lesson Teaches Kids To Agree With the Black Panthers’ Demands
A new school lesson plan hopes to capitalize on the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri that erupted after a police officer shot a black youth early in August. The plan urges kids to agree with the Black Panthers, a racist, hate group that urges segregation, and accept the demands they issued in the past.
An activist group that calls itself Teaching for Change, one that works with schools to push the hard-core, left-wing agenda branded “social justice” rushed out its lesson plan to capitalize on the death of teenager Michael Brown.
“As the new school year begins, first and foremost on our minds and in our hearts will be the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri,” said program architect Julian Hipkins.
The lesson plan that hopes to radicalize children features excerpts from the 1966 Black Panther Party platform known as the 10-Point Program.
The lesson plan points specifically to the points on “police brutality” and goes on to extol the writings of Malcolm X.
The kids are then told to write up a list of their own “demands.”
Another lesson plan writer notes pointedly, “I believe we are gatekeepers. I believe that what we bring into the classroom, in both content and attitude, will impact our young people in ways we might never personally witness.”
She is exactly right, folks. When we allow Marxists like these into our classrooms to craft the experience our children will have and the material they will be taught we are sowing the seeds of the destruction of the United States.
These people hate everything about America and wish to teach children to hate this country just as much if not more.