“Whiteness” Month Features Child Indoctrination Training

vlcsnap-2016-04-14-18h14m09s180During a presentation entitled “Parents: The First Educators”, Portland Community College’s “whiteness history month” delves into the task of indoctrinating children at young ages.

First off, they finally actually define “whiteness”: “This is the definition of whiteness that didn’t really start until the early 90s, actually using the term ‘whiteness’ and white power. It’s an academic term used to describe the social and political construct of white identity and relates to race and cultural norms. It examines the systems of normalcy related to these privileges and advantages. So there are privileges and advantages to being white in this society. So this is a term, and this is the term that we use to investigate white power privilege here at PCC this month

They go on to shame white culture, Christians, and white schooling.

“”White is right’ is a way of denying responsibility for perpetrating race and the racist system. This is just infused in our society and in every day experiences” says this presenter at event for parenting at “whiteness history month”. She goes on to say “So, the Europeans that came over here were white, Christian people. And so it’s the Christian holidays that are advertised and the ones that are celebrated in schools. And that’s part of the ‘white is right’, is the Christian belief system”

They encouraged islamic indoctrination by telling people to get books like “The Swirling Hijab”, and normalizing islamic ideas into children at young ages.

The presenters also told everyone how to guilt white children. “Education about white privilege is the best doorway to help those of us who think we are not racist to recognize that structurally and often unconsciously we still are”

And, of course, they went over general brainwashing. “We are all biased and prejudice, all of us are, by nature of being human beings… If we don’t talk about it, we are teaching children to be racist… Especially if you’re a white American. That’s part of the European upbringing, is that you don’t talk about things that make you uncomfortable, and you kind of hope they go away. Then, what we’re doing, and families of color have to talk about it to protect their children, and that’s the whole thing about equity and equality that isn’t fair. So that piece is a very European belief system. And we are developing mini racists by not saying anything like that. That’s our role”

They also encouraged parents to read the marxist writings of Howard Zinn to their children and shamed “white culture”. Here is a handout they were passing with other recommended reading material, “Book resources for nurturing white children”:

img038-2You can reach PCC president Sylvia Kelley at 971 722 4365.


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