Indoctrinate U: college has plan for your little ones

Monday, February 27, 2017
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

Children readingA Washington state college thinks it's a good idea to start indoctrinating kids with politically correct thinking even before they enter kindergarten. 

A graduate student at Evergreen State College sees it as his mission to help parents fend off discriminatory, sexist, misogynistic and gender-normative behavior in their children, ages 3-6.

Evergreen, a liberal arts college in Olympia, is hosting the "A is for Anti-Bias" workshop that's sponsored by far-left group Teaching for Change, website Heat Street reported

This Teaching for Change workshop includes lesson plans online on how to build an active resistance to the Trump administration's agenda.

However, Ted Hayes of Project 21 says he sees anti-Trump politics behind this indoctrination of toddlers.

"They're using President Trump as a catalyst,” Hayes tells OneNewsNow, “because they see a broad collection of different groups attacking him. They feel they can bring them all together under this umbrella." 

Hayes says it is up to parents to teach their children to value others without the social justice values intertwined in the politically correct lessons.

"Parents primarily should teach their children ethics and moral issues," he says, "and make sure they’re educating them how to make the proper judgments, not this kind of stuff, which is basically saying people like Donald Trump are racist xenophobes and homophobes."

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