Seattle Public Schools Teach Students: Enjoying Reading & Writing Is 'White Supremacy' – EVOL

Public schools in Seattle are teaching students that enjoying reading and writing is a characteristic of “white supremacy.”

The lesson plan is being taught to high school students during English classes.

One local father spoke out to blast the radical agenda, calling it “educational malpractice.”

World Literature and Composition students at Lincoln High School were given a handout with definitions of the “9 characteristics of white supremacy.”

According to the father of a student, the classes were taught as part of the Black Lives Matter at School Week.

Given the subject matter of the class, the father found it odd this particular lesson was brought up.

The Seattle high schoolers were told that “Worship of the Written Word” is “white supremacy.”

According to the school, enjoying reading and writing is “an erasure of the wide range of ways we communicate with each other.”

By this definition, the very subject of World Literature and Composition is racist.

It also chides the idea that we hyper-value written communication because it’s a form of “honoring only what is written and even then only what is written to a narrow standard, full of misinformation and lies.”

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