A social justice class featured at Thomas Pyle Middle School features a slide that identifies the phrase “Make America Great Again” as a type of “Covert White Supremacy.”
The class is five-days long and featured during the summer.
What this is basically teaching children is that if you are a Trump supporter or hold to conservative values, you’re a racist.
The slide in question was obtained by Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group. The class itself is known as “Reading Taking Action for Social Justice.”
“The enclosed materials were prepared to include in the class; however, many of the materials were not shared with students,” according to the cover letter provided along with the course records. It also states that the class “took place July 13 through July 17, 2020 and met for 50 minutes each day. No grades were given and no actual work was due.”
The middle school is connected with Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland, a school district that awarded more than $454,000 for an “Anti-racist System Audit.”
“The Board voted to award a contract to Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium to conduct an Anti-racist System Audit for a total amount not to exceed $454,680 for Fiscal Year 2021,” the public school district said in a November 2020 release. “The Anti-racist System Audit will provide an opportunity to examine the district’s systems, practices, and policies that do not create access, opportunities, and equitable outcomes for every student’s academic and social emotional well-being. Furthermore, the audit will provide the opportunity to examine not only the student experience; it presents the occasion to analyze policies and practices that impact staff, as well.”
The Department of Education is a government entity that is indoctrinating children with progressive ideology in hopes of subverting the family unit and turning your kids into little robots who treat the government as their family instead of you.
What’s happening at this school is proof that they are attempting to brainwash kids to accept progressive thought as the only right way to think. This is dangerous and adds to the list of reasons why we should find some way to restore control over education to parents and local communities without interference from the federal government.