Public Schools Now Forcing Kindergarten Students To Study ‘White Privilege’

Link to Article:     One public school district in Minnesota is teaching radical social justice to five-year-olds.

Kindergarten students in the Edina School District in Edina, Minnesota are introduced to the concept of “white privilege” in their classes, the Weekly Standard reported.

At Highlands Elementary School, the young students participate in something called the Melanin Project in order to be taught about social justice and white privilege.

In this project, the children outline their hands and then color them in to reflect their proper skin tone.

The traced hands are then placed on a poster that says, “Stop thinking your skin color is better than everyone elses!-(sic) Everyone is special!”

   “‘Equity’ in this context does not mean ‘equality’ or ‘fairness,’” the Weekly Standard said. “It means racial identity politics — an ideology that blames minority students’ academic challenges on institutional racial bias, repudiates Martin Luther King, Jr.’s color-blind ideal, and focuses on uprooting ‘white privilege.’”

…  This social justice education is also evident in the high school.

According to the Weekly Standard, a year-long English course required for 10th-graders centers on “the politicized themes of ‘Colonization,’ ‘Immigration’ and ‘Social Constructions of Race, Class and Gender.’”

Admin Notes:     This White Privilege is now down to 5 year olds.     This is total racism but needs to stop now for all concerned.

Edina School District:     Phone: 952-848-3900    Fax: 952-848-3901   Info Email: info@edinaschools.org      John W. Schultz (Superintendent) Email: superintendent@edinaschools.org      Susan Brott (Communications Director) Email: susan.brott@edinaschools.org      Facebook      Twitter: @edinaschools