Educators at the 15th annual White Privilege Conference in Madison, Wisconsin made no secret of their plans to begin targeting younger students with their message of “social justice.”
In a workshop called “Examining White Privilege and Building Foundations for Social Justice Thinking in the Elementary Classroom,” educators Rosemary Colt and Diana Reeves were caught on video by conservative news outlet Progressives Today speaking about how teachers can “insert social justice, anti-racist information” into their lessons that “even little kids” can understand.
One of the most alarming parts of the conference was when 8-year-olds began parroting things like, “White privilege is something that white people have, meaning they have an advantage in a lot of things, and they can get a job more easily.”
The presentation also included worksheets teaching children that the Constitution doesn’t work well for everyone “because some people have different beliefs.”
You can watch the complete clip, below:
Glenn Beck has been warning for years that the words “social justice” have a double meaning for many on the left.
“It seems like such an innocuous phrase. It paints a picture of fairness — many churches use the term as a substitute for ‘outreach to the poor.’ Who could possibly be against that?” he said in 2010. “The truth is this: The term ‘social justice’ has been completely perverted and hijacked by progressives. It doesn’t mean simply ‘help the poor’ to them.”
Rather, Beck defined “social justice” as: “Forced redistribution of wealth with a hostility toward individual property rights, under the guise of charity and/or justice.”
Progressives Today — a joint collaboration between Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft and EAG News’ Kyle Olson, who also co-wrote Glenn Beck’s most recent book “Conform” — has been releasing footage from the conference all week.
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