‘Leave parenting to parents’; USPIE president slams article directing parents to implement CRT at home

Parents across the country are outraged at a recent article encouraging “race-conscious parents” to avoid raising “racist children” by openly discussing “history through the prim of racism.” “We live at a time when racism is on the front page of every newspaper, from racial killings to white supremacist rallies,” the author explains. The article targeted “white parents” for evading conversations on race with their children, urging them to not allow their children to grow up in a “colorblind” world.

Concerned parents lashed back at the thoughtless article, with many incensed at the increased instruction to insert divisive ideology into homes.

United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE) Founder and President Sheri Few commented, “Onlookers need to leave parenting to  parents. It’s bad enough that schools are indoctrinating children with woke ideology such as critical race theory, but the fact that they are trying to insert this discordant philosophy into the homes of millions of Americans is absurd.

“Critical race theory teaches children to identify as either a victim or an abuser based solely on the color of their skin. This nefarious pedagogy is infecting American children on a mass scale, and if concerned citizens don’t make their voices heard and fight back, it might be too late!”

To better equip parents to stand up and make a difference on behalf of their children, USPIE recently released a groundbreaking documentary titled “Truth & Lies in American Education.” This feature film uncovers the horrors happening inside the American school system, including critical race theory, anti-American ideology, sexualization, and outright Marxism, and features interviews with educational experts such as Karen England, Alex Newman, Dr. Duke Pesta, Dr. Carol Swain, Sam Sorbo and more.

The film is a true story that follows Few’s own daughter-in-law, April, as she learns about the alarming liberal agenda throughout America’s school system. Viewers witness firsthand the toxic propaganda taught to children and the devastating effects.

“Our hope with this film is to force parents to wake up to the realities of the American school system,” Few said. “The liberal agenda is slowly sneaking into the homes of millions of Americans, and if parents aren’t prepared to stop it, will overturn the very makeup of the American family unit. We must protect children and fight back!”

The film addresses questions such as:

  • Are standardized tests being used for data collection?
  • Is there a federal education scheme to control the nation’s economy?
  • Why is the study of history so often anti-American and anti-Christian?
  • Are children being taught to become political activists?
  • What is the true aim of “comprehensive” sexuality education?
  • How much transgender influence is there in government schools?
  • What about critical race theory and the 1619 Project?

Truth & Lies in American Education” is available for streaming on SalemNOW, as well available on DVD. For more information about Truth & Lies in American Education,” click here.

United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE) is a nonprofit, nationwide coalition that seeks to return education to its proper local roots and restore parental authority over their children’s education by helping parents and local communities to escape federal and other national influences. It is the vision of USPIE to create a culture where parents, empowered with the authority to choose what and how their children learn, are the undisputed primary educators of their children, where local schools operate in support of families, and where education is unencumbered by federal mandates.

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