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Brooklyn Elementary School Sparks Controversy by Using BLM Coloring Book to Influence Kids

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The teachers at New York City Public School 321 take Black History Month seriously.

The “educators” of Black Lives Matter gave a coloring book to students in kindergarten through fifth grade. “What We Believe”, a book that tells the history of the radical group and its 13 principles, is based on the founding of Black Lives Matter.

What do the “13 tenets” have to deal with? One tenet is “Queer Affirming,” Another is “Transgender Affirming,” and then there’s “Restorative Justice.” Principle number 2, “Empathy,” is described as “engaging comrades with the intent to learn about and connect with their contexts.”

Do not connect with the person. Connect with the “context” of their complaint or their source.

The book lists BLM’s “national demands”, including “mandate ethnic studies and black history,” “hire black teachers,” and “fund counselors instead of cops”.

The Free Press:

A parent of a PS 321 4th grader, whose grandparents fled Communist China and moved to the U.S. before, expressed shock that the book contained the word “comrade” – and that it seemed to promote political propagandist.

The parent of a 10-year-old girl who attends William Penn School said that the use of the word “comrades” is reminiscent of Communist times. “They’re using words I don’t think are appropriate for an elementary school.”

She first found the coloring book when her daughter was forced to stay home due to a snow day on February 13.

Why do we make such a big effort to keep the parents in the dark about what kids are learning? Why not make it clear that they believe it is good for kids to be radicalized in this way?

These left-wing extremists are cowards, who cannot stand anyone challenging their radical beliefs. They live in a radical bubble. They only talk to other radicals and read radical treatises. They cut themselves off from family and friends who may disagree with them.

They are afraid of children and parents who ask them questions that they can’t answer.

The lessons in the coloring book ask children to reflect upon Black Lives Matter’s 13 principles. Parents said that some of the exercises appear to be innocuous. For example, a page on “Restorative Justice” asks: “Why it is important to offer forgiveness to someone?” Another, titled “Transgender Affirming,” tells students to read When Aidan Became A Brother, about a girl transitioning to a man, and answer questions on worksheets like “How do feel when someone says what you can and can’t do because of your gender?”

One principle is called “Intergenerational” and encourages “a community network that is free of ageism.”

The Western nuclear family structure is the foundation of Western civilization. Both well-meaning corporations, as well as radical-left scholars, have glossed over this BLM tenet. It’s still there and is being taught to young children.

A parent of a public school whose family fled the Soviet Union as a teenager has said that the language used in the book reminds them “of the songs they made us sing when we were elementary school students.” It reminds me a lot of the songs we sang in elementary school.

She said that the Black Lives Matter Movement is similar to communism and “same lettuce, different dressing.”

When it comes to radical politics, what’s new is old. BLM, Antifa, and other radical groups use the same tactics as in the 1960s to mobilize and inflame the public over racism and war to advance their agenda.

Friendly school administrators are helping them out. They want to look “hip” in front of students and colleagues.

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