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Buffalo schools are expected to follow the lesson plans designed by Fatima Morrell, the Associate Superintendent for Culturally and Linguistically Sensitive Initiatives.
Morrell’s lesson plans, obtained by City Journal, teach students and their teachers how to be, in her words, more ‘awake’.
Fatima Morrell, Associate Superintendent for Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Initiatives, has created a new curriculum and series of lesson plans for Buffalo Public Schools
Younger pupils read a series of texts under the title ‘Woke Kindergarten’, which are described as ‘digital, culturally responsive and easy to read books’.
The texts help children with their “learning for liberation” and tell the stories of children “who have lost to racist police and state-sanctioned violence.”
Six youths killed by police, including 17-year-old Trayvon Martin; Tamir Rice, 12 years old; and Aiyana Stanley-Jones, seven, imagine themselves telling their stories on video.
Aiyana tells the young viewers, ‘I was sleeping.
Trayvon says, ‘she was walking.’
Six children, including Trayvon Martin were imagined telling their stories on video
Teachers will also ask children ages four to six in kindergarten to compare their skin color to an arrangement of crayons, the City Journal reported.
Older students will also be taught about the “disease” of American society.
By fifth grade, students are taught that America has created a ‘school-to-grave conduit’ for black children and that, as adults, ‘a million black people are locked in cages.’
In middle and high school, students were taught under headings like “The Racial Power of White Elites.”
Older students are asked to explain their “white privilege” and to “use their voices” for the cause of anti-racism.
They are taught to study the differences between traditional white European and African justice systems, in which, according to the curriculum, whites have created a ‘retributive’, ‘merit-based’ justice system, which is based on in severe punishments and creates inequalities.
Traditional African systems, on the other hand, were based on a ‘restorative’ and ‘needs-based’ justice system focused on healing, giving to each according to their needs and prioritizing ‘collective value’ over individual rights.
Morrell, according to the site, gave a presentation to teachers in which he explained the reasoning behind the lesson plans, saying, ‘That’s America’s disease, a disease we have to deal with.’
A professor told City Journal that Morrell’s training programs were driving “radical politics.”
The teacher said the sessions turn into a series of ‘scolding, guilt trips and demands to demean oneself simply to make another feel’ empowered ‘.
Teachers must play these “manipulative mind games” and express support for Morrell’s left-wing politics, or risk professional retaliation, the professor said.
Morrell has not responded to DailyMail.com’s request for comment.
His curriculum and teaching plans have been highlighted before.
In September, Tucker Carlson used his Fox News show to question his plan to teach fourth and fifth graders’ the disruption of the dynamics of the Western nuclear family and a return to the ‘collective village’ that cares for one another. ‘.
Carlson said: ‘They are teaching their children, that their family must be destroyed.
‘Why do we allow this? You know what this is, it’s a total war against the most important thing we have, which is the American family. ‘