One journalist and avid CRT opponent Chris Rufo realized that more than 30 school districts in fifteen states teach from the anti-whiteness book. The title of the book is ‘’Not My Idea’’ by Anastasia Higginbotham.
The journalist marked that the book was for kindergarteners, ‘traffics in the noxious principles of race essentialism, collective guilt, and anti-whiteness.’
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SCOOP: At least 25 public school districts in 12 states are now teaching "Not My Idea," a book that claims "whiteness" is the devil, luring children with the promise of "stolen land [and] stolen riches."
Critical race theory is driving public education—and must be stopped. pic.twitter.com/FRzpxywwbj
— Christopher F. Rufo ⚔️ (@realchrisrufo) July 8, 2021
In one part of the book, you can find pictures that portray Whiteness as the devil, and it offers the reader a contract that ‘bids them to whiteness’ for stolen land and the ability to mess endlessly with the colored people.
The children from the book will learn to identify themselves by their skin color, painting the white children as evil.
‘’Whiteness is a bad deal. It always was.’’
“Racism is a white person’s problem, and we are all caught up in it.”
This book. ‘’Not My Idea’’ is an example of the CRT branding white children as oppressors that should be ashamed of their skin color.
One law firm linked with Rufo filed a suit in Illinois against one school district because they directed the teachers to read the book and use it in their curriculum.
American parents refuse to accept the anti-American indoctrination, and they speak against the teachers and school boards.
However, nothing helped, and the largest teacher union approve the plan one week ago to promote CRT in all 50 states and 14,000 districts.
Oklahoma and Florida banned that CRT from schools.