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Black Lives Matter 'Week of Action' teaches students about dismantling the nuclear family

Seattle Public Schools brings Black Lives Matter at School Week to educate students about globalism, the disruption of the nuclear family, and queer-affirming thinking in the name of racial justice.

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Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
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Seattle Public Schools brings Black Lives Matter at School Week to educate students about globalism, the disruption of the nuclear family, and queer-affirming thinking in the name of racial justice.

According to the Resource Guide obtained by The Post Millennial, the purpose of Black Lives Matter at School Week is to integrate "culturally diverse opinions into daily curriculum that allows students to gain a deeper understanding of pertinent issues affecting their classmates. The principles associated with Black Lives Matter highlight concerns about the historical exclusion of people of color and recognizes the value of human life, regardless of racial and gender identity."

The topics that will be taught to students in grades K-12 the week of January 31 to February 4 include Marxist principles disguised as racial justice.

The schedule, according to the document, is as follows:

"Monday: Students will be learning about restorative justice, empathy, and loving engagement. The goal of these learning objectives is for students to be able to analyze their role in communities and the benefits of practicing justice, liberation, and peace.

"Tuesday: Students will be learning about diversity and globalism. The goal of these learning objectives is for students to be able to discuss the beauty and benefits of people having differences and commonalities and to analyze their roles and impact on the Black global community.

"Wednesday: Students will be learning about trans-affirming, queer-affirming, and collective value. The goal of these learning objectives is for students to be able to defend why all black lives, regardless of actual or perceived sexual identity, gender identity, gender expression, economic status, ability, disability, religious beliefs or disbeliefs, immigration status or location, matter.

"Students will be able to identify cisgender privilege (cisgender vs Black trans
positionality in society), will be able to recognize trans-antagonistic violence, and will be able to differentiate between heteronormative thinking and
trans/queer-affirming thinking, according to the documents.

"Thursday: Students will be learning about black families and black villages; the disruption of Western nuclear family dynamics and a return
to the "collective village" that takes care of each other.

"Friday: Students will be learning about black women and being unapologetically black, which is the affirmation that Black Lives Matter and that our
love and desire for justice and freedom are prerequisites for wanting that for
others."

Seattle Public Schools (SPS) recently established the Department of Liberatory Education which will focus on racial equity in the classroom through ethnic studies and black studies curriculum.

Tracy Castro-Gill, who previously served as Seattle Public Schools' Ethnic Studies Program Manager, was recently revealed to allegedly engage in racism towards white people while indoctrinating students through unapproved "anti-racism" coursework.

In his upcoming book, The Daily Wire's Luke Rosiak exposed allegations that Castro-Gill lied about her upbringing, married a child molester, and allegedly pressured her child into becoming gender-nonbinary. She remains heavily involved in the Seattle social justice scene.

Following the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis Police Department in 2020, Black Lives Matter activist groups mobilized across the country, organizing violent anti-police demonstrations alongside anarchist groups that lasted for months in cities like Seattle and Portland.

For Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 2021, public school students across the country were subjected to a specially designed BLM curriculum that promoted radical ideology, and indoctrinated children with progressive, socialist, and Marxist values.

Patrisse Cullors, a self-proclaimed Marxist and co-founder of Black Lives Matter Inc, stepped down from her post last May following a slew of scandals. Despite BLM Inc raking in over a billion dollars in donations in 2020, local BLM chapters allegedly didn't receive funds. During that time, Cullors spent $3.2 million purchasing four separate homes. In a 2015 speech, Cullors called police "terrorists" and said she always dreamed of "fighting them."

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