Today is Columbus Day, a holiday most Americans remember as set aside to celebrate, or at least remember, the great achievements of Christopher Columbus.
But times are changing, and these days it’s more about taking the time to analyze oppression charts and burden the next generation with White Guilt. Like at Langley High School in Fairfax County, Virginia for example.
The Federalist reported today on the Columbus Day lesson given to students:
It wasn’t a lesson about Columbus — only mentioning him three times in a fleeting way — but rather it was a deep dive into “equity and inclusion,” “Indigenous Rights & Identity in America,” “Appropriate Terminology” and the “racial discrimination and/or insensitivity” that Native Americans face today and “why that is commonplace in American society.”
The article goes on to describe just how radically left the lesson was. It’s worth reading and recognizing that if you have children in public school, this is the garbage being put in their heads.
Today is Columbus Day– tell your kids why that matters.