Saturday, August 15, 2020

Pennsylvania District Mandates White Supremacy Lessons for Kindergartners

Via Liberty Bell

Wealthy school district says supporting cops, not watching news is racist

 Fishbein told the Free Beacon that parents privately message her echoing their disapproval of the cultural proficiency curriculum, but are scared to speak out for fear of being branded racist.
Elementary school children returning to a wealthy Pennsylvania classroom in the fall will learn that sympathizing with police officers is racist.

Gladwyne Elementary School—located in Lower Merion School District, one of the richest in the nation—will require fourth and fifth graders to read Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness, which claims that white people who relate to police officers or decline to watch the news are complicit in racism. The curriculum also assigns A Kid's Book About Racism to kindergarten and first graders.


  1. has an article on the Jewish plight of failure thinking. It is alive and well on the Main Line.