Often times it seems as though the state of California operates on another planet when compared to the rest of the country.
California has become a liberal “paradise” of homelessness, drug use, and radical left-wing politics.
Perhaps I shouldn’t be surprised then about this story…
A California school district allegedly removed a critical race theory resource link that teaches students how to cast hexes on people who say the phrase “all lives matter.”
This content was contained in a Google Drive called a “Black Lives Matter Resource Guide.”
The guide contained a document labeled “Writing Prompts on Police Brutality and Racist Violence”
The document encouraged students to write “curses” for police officers and political opponents.
Only in California…
Fox News has the details:
A California school district reportedly removed a link to resources that, among other things, outlined how to cast a spell on people who said things like "all lives matter."
That content was included as part of a Google Drive for a "Black Lives Matter Resource Guide." A document on "Writing Prompts on Police Brutality and Racist Violence" encourages high school students to write a "curse" for police and others.
"Hexing people is an important way to get out anger and frustration. Make a list of specific people who have been agents of police terror or global brutality," it reads.
"This list can be wide-ranging, from small microaggressions to larger perpetrators (i.e., people who say ‘all lives matter’ to the police officers who arrest non violent protestors to George Zimmerman). Pick one of those people on your list."
The Federalist has more on this cult-like CRT document:
Samuel Martin graduated from CUHSD’s Branham High School in 2019 and was appalled by the district’s actions. He told The Federalist, “The idea that white students must ‘dismantle themselves’ in the context of their personality is cultish. Not only is it cultish, but it is deliberate in that this school system wants its’ white students to hate themselves. Do these people honestly think that drilling racial identitarianism into childrens’ heads from a young age is going to make them less racist?”
CUHSD also links to the Black Lives Matter Resource Guide, specifically their section labeled “high school,” which itself includes 45 different texts. Amid a wide variety of CRT inspired assignments is a document that includes writing prompts on police brutality and racist violence.
One section titled “Hex” tells the reader, “Hexing people is an important way to get out anger and frustration.” It becomes increasingly deranged, suggesting that those who say “all lives matter” or commit “microaggressions,” should be targeted. “Write your own hex poem, cursing that person,” it instructs.
When asked her thoughts on the document that instructed K-12 students to use witchcraft on political opponents, Branham teacher Meredith Allen told The Federalist she hasn’t read the documents her district recommends, so she “can’t comment,” but that she is generally “opposed to the ‘all lives matter’ message.”