Children as young as 11 are being made to recite the widely divisive, race essentialist ideology Critical Race Theory by their school teachers.
A video that surfaced on May 26 shows children's responses to teacher's questions about race relations in a public school in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NYC.
In the clip above, Allison Dempsey introduces herself as a fifth-grade social studies teacher, and talks briefly about "inquiry-based learning", mentioning that "the children guide the learning."
She asked one student "What is the dominant culture, what does the dominant culture do?" who replied, "they make people believe certain stereotypes about certain groups of people, not just blacks, also browned [sic] or indigenous, anybody who's skin color is darker."
Responding to the same question, another student said, "Dominant cultures for powerful people with power and white people make other people think that black people are bad, so that's why black people don't have ... power."
The original YouTube video is just over 11 minutes in length and can be found here:
The thread on Twitter continues: "Cont[inued]: Fifth grade social studies teacher shares her Critical Race Theory “anti-racism” curriculum from her classroom. Listen to her take on America and how the kids react. This CRT curriculum is part of a collaboration effort with 'Empowering Educators' sponsored by Pizza Hut"
The YouTube Video is put out by "First Book", which describes itself as a channel that "provides educators with the brand new, high-quality books, educational resources, and other essentials needed to help kids learn." First book have apparently partnered with Pizza Hut to put out the "Empowering Education" series.
The description continues with, "Thanks to the support of passionate education advocates, we currently reach millions of children every year, and serve more than one out of every four classrooms and programs in need."