Black Victimhood Ends Here.

Segregation Experiment Leaves Texas Fifth Graders In Tears, Enrages Parents

What on earth does any of this have to do with education?

At a Glance

Children at a local elementary school were left “confused” and “hurt” after their teacher segregated them by their hair color, and told one group of students they’re not as smart as the other in an ill-fated “lesson on racism.”

According to News 4 San Antonio, the parents don’t mind if their children learn about racism and the civil rights movement, but they also feel like the Northside Independent School District went over the top with the segregation experiment, and made the fifth graders watch a documentary that was not age appropriate:

“All of the dark-haired kids, the brown- and black-haired kids, were treated as the privileged ones and the blonde haired and the redhead kids were the ones treated not so nicely," said Brandi Lininger, the mother of a ten-year-old at Leon Springs Elementary.

According to Lininger, teachers told students in the fair-haired group that they were not as intelligent, then purposely gave them a game with missing pieces so they could not play and later made them clean up after the other group of children.

The students also had to watch the Spike Lee documentary 4 Little Girls, which detailed the 1963 bombing of an Alabama church complete with graphic autopsy photos of the girls’ bodies.

Northside ISD said in a statement: “The activity and video in question were part of a larger fifth-grade project-based lesson around the inequity of segregation . . . While the campus did receive positive feedback from several parents . . . District and campus administration recognize the parent’s concerns and agree that the activity and video are not age-appropriate and will not be used again.”

Yes, more CRT crap in public schools while the Left claims that CRT doesn’t exist! This isn’t about history, nor was this a history lesson: this is all about pushing Critical Race Theory among children who barely know their multiplication tables!

The question remains: if this is what we’re finding out about, just how much is there out there that we have no clue about?