BLM's Marxist Critical Race Theory indoctrination to hit Hollywood. Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors Signs Overall Deal With Warner Bros,Television Group.
In a strange twist of events, actress Keke Palmer was recently on the tail end of online backlash after praising director Tyler Perry for his career accomplishments. On Monday, Sept. 28, Palmer took to her Twitter account to show some love to the award-winning star. “I want to be like Tyler Perry when I grow up,” the actress tweeted. “He’s like a modern Walt Disney,” Palmer wrote of the director/actor/producer who, as reported by Forbes in September, has achieved billionaire status. This after withstanding an abusive childhood and nights of sleeping in his car during a period of homelessness, as the “Alex Cross” actor has shared publicly.
The National Association of Scholars has made public a letter to the Pulitzer Prize Board calling for it to revoke the prize that was given to Nikole Hannah-Jones for her part in the New York Times’ “The 1619 Project,” which claims the motivation for the founding of the United States of America was to enshrine slavery.
BLM's critical race theory and Mao's cultural revolution. Forced Denunciations And ‘Sensitivity Training’ Mimic Communist Brainwashing Tactics.
Agitators for critical race theory have fanned out of academia into mind-hacking workaday Americans, trying to convince them the nation is unredeemably evil. They doggedly attempted to do this to federal employees as well as all big corporations.
Christopher Rufo, a research fellow with the Discovery Institute, has described how trainers for critical race theory (CRT) in the federal government are defying President Trump’s executive order to cancel their race-baiting training. In the State Department, for example, they are pushing a “’21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge,’ in which staff are asked to recite a racial equity ‘pledge,’ ‘select a different minority group daily,’ and engage in a ’10-15 minute challenge’ in ‘pursuit of racial equity.’”
The official Black Lives Matter organization removed a page on its website that summarized its beliefs, which included a rebuke of the "Western-prescribed nuclear family structure."
The group, co-founded after the death of Trayvon Martin in 2013, removed a page titled "What We Believe," which included a variety of positions on public policy issues beyond police reform and police brutality. Among its news releases includes a call for a "national defunding of police," later decrying police "reform" as ineffective.
"Page Not Found. Sorry, but the page you were trying to view does not exist," the page reads.