Black Lives Matter at School (BLMS), an organization that seeks a “new uprising for racial justice,” vows to inject BLM “guiding principles” into classrooms by teaching terms like “transgender affirming” and how to “disrupt of Western nuclear family dynamics” to “young children.”
Endorsed by the National Education Association, the largest teacher union in the U.S., BLMS organizes an annual week of extolled by the Washington Post as teaching “young people through lessons, discussions, art and social action about structural racism, black identity and history, and restorative justice and related issues.” ‘Thousands of people throughout the country took part last year,” the establishment outlet noted.
To facilitate these goals, organizers “assembled materials for teachers” such as curriculum guides. The Wisconsin Education Association Council, for example, has shared the document.
One document, however, explicitly designated for “young children” sheds light on the radical nature of the group’s agenda.