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“When it comes to beauty, white women should be thin and blonde like a Barbie doll and men can look like anything if they’re rich and powerful,” is how a Pacific Educational Group (PEG) Critical Race Theory (CRT) training for teachers in Pennsylvania describes white people.
Parents in the Tredyffrin-Easttown School District (TESD) in Chester County, Pennsylvania, gained public access to Critical Race Theory (CRT) training materials through a court filing. They now discovered that teachers are being indoctrinated with subjective information about skin color, among other things.
A report in The Epoch Times revealed that while the training would not be part of the curriculum for children, it is part of a piece of information that was offered to district teachers.
“The school district does not teach CRT. It is not in this curriculum. CRT appears in third-party training materials that are used as part of the school district’s equity initiative,” district attorney Elias told The Epoch Times.
By teaching “what it means to be white,” the training seems to suggest that white people don’t face any struggles.
“PEG explains that white people are typically Christian, with a husband as the breadwinner and a wife as a homemaker who is subordinate to the husband,” the text notes.
“PEG’s training explains that whites believe children should have their own rooms and be independent. Whites use “the King’s English,” and don’t show emotion. They respect authority, must always “do something” about a situation, and define themselves by their jobs. When it comes to beauty, white women should be thin and blonde like a Barbie doll and men can look like anything if they’re rich and powerful,” the training states.
The text describes non-white races as oppressed or disadvantaged by the persistence of racism. It further points out that those who perpetrate discrimination are school graduates.
“Those who discriminate and those who tolerate discrimination are graduates of our schools,” it states.
Although the school district claims that this is not a training directed at students, it is unknown then why teachers are trained with information that would not be derived to children.
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A Daily Wire story, by Luke Rosiak, recounts how in the Santa Barbara community in California, a legal crusade was launched against the indoctrination of students for “poisoning the minds of young children.”
In 2019 parents charged that district schools required all students to take “ethnic studies” courses, preventing them from learning about a curriculum that “empowered” children by telling them that all whites are racist.
Rosiak’s report mentions several organizations that received grants from the School District to talk about “ethnic and racial identity, stereotyping, communication, family issues, racism, homophobia, sexism, and classism.”
Such is the case with the organization ‘Just Communities,’ an offshoot of a now-defunct group called NCCJ, whose offspring have a disturbing record of mistreating children in the name of social justice.
Theresa Petino, an immigrant and mother in Santa Barbara who sent her high school daughter to a three-day program organized by ‘Just Communities’ — because she thought it aligned with her beliefs as a Democrat — complained to the school board that her daughter returned “very upset;” and then discovered that the lessons instilled in the students that Hispanics and blacks were unlikely to succeed in the United States.
Sabrina Martín Rondon is a Venezuelan journalist. Her source is politics and economics. She is a specialist in corporate communications and is committed to the task of dismantling the supposed benefits of socialism // Sabrina Martín Rondon es periodista venezolana. Su fuente es la política y economía. Es especialista en comunicaciones corporativas y se ha comprometido con la tarea de desmontar las supuestas bondades del socialismo