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The Black Lives Matter movement is using Black History Month as a vehicle to insert its agenda into public schools across the country, using curriculum for elementary and middle school students that includes teaching diversity, globalism, and “queer affirming” lessons — all in formats conforming to the controversial Common Core framework.
The Progressive website reported on the Feb. 5-9 National Black Live Matter Week of Action in Our Schools taking place this year at schools in Seattle (where the movement started), Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, Boston, New York City, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C.:
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Educators in America know all too well that the school-to-prison pipeline is not just a political catchphrase. Those who work with students of color know this pipeline is as real as any other.
“It extends across this country,” says Seattle educator, attorney, and organizer Nikkita Oliver. “The Black Lives Matter at School movement is about dismantling the school-to-prison-pipeline,” says Oliver, “and creating a school-to-justice-pipeline for our youth.”
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The curriculum includes “restorative justice,” “empathy and loving engagement,” “diversity and globalism,” “trans-affirming, queer-affirming and collective value,” “intergenerational, black family and black villages,” and “black women and unapologetically black.”
The Progressive website reported that the Black Lives Matter at School Coalition has three demands for the week:
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The National Black Lives Matter Week of Action in Our Schools Facebook page has this list of demands put forth by a youth group in Minnesota:
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