Not My Idea

Not My Idea
Title Not My Idea PDF eBook
Author Anastasia Higginbotham
Publisher Ordinary Terrible Things
Pages 64
Release 2018-09
Genre Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 9781948340007

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People of color are eager for white people to deal with their racial ignorance. White people are desperate for an affirmative role in racial justice. Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness helps with conversations the nation is, just now, finally starting to have.

Not My Idea

Not My Idea
Title Not My Idea PDF eBook
Author Anastasia Higginbotham
Publisher
Pages 0
Release 2021
Genre African Americans
ISBN 9781669608080

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A white child sees a TV news report of a white police officer shooting and killing a black man. "In our family, we don't see color," his mother says, but he sees the colors plain enough. An afternoon in the library's history stacks uncover the truth of white supremacy in America. Racism was not his idea and he refuses to defend it.

Hide Your Children

Hide Your Children
Title Hide Your Children PDF eBook
Author Liz Wheeler
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Pages 250
Release 2023-09-26
Genre Political Science
ISBN 1684514789

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Having conquered all the major institutions of our culture, the left is closing in on its final frontier—your children. In this new book, Liz Wheeler exposes where the forces of wokeness are at work and explains how parents can fight back for a change. Everything is on the line. Despite the occasional victory, conservatives are on the defensive on every front of the culture wars, especially America’s schools. Planned Parenthood is funding gender theory indoctrination, groomer teachers are introducing youngsters to pornography, Disney executives are bragging about their “queerness agenda,” and teacher’s unions are poisoning young minds with racism. If someone doesn’t stand up and fight, these ideas will be the norm for a new generation. A distressing number of parents refuse to see how depraved our schools have become. The next generation will determine the fate of the American experiment in ordered liberty. Will they pass it on to their children, or will we lose our nation forever? Parents and their allies must go on the offensive in this existential fight. Fortunately, they have the truth on their side. It is not too late.

From Character to Color

From Character to Color
Title From Character to Color PDF eBook
Author Ernest J. Zarra III
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Pages 239
Release 2022-05-06
Genre Education
ISBN 1475864140

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From Character to Color was written to explore Critical Race Theory from logical, moral, and educational standpoints, as these relate to history, people and racial groups. This book is also written to explain reasons why it is a bad choice to allow the Critical Race Theory to grow unabated and continue to infect the nation.

Change Starts With Me

Change Starts With Me
Title Change Starts With Me PDF eBook
Author Madeleine Rogin
Publisher Solution Tree Press
Pages 156
Release 2022-04-12
Genre Education
ISBN 195281278X

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You can make a difference in how young students see and understand race and racism. Grounded in real-world examples, this accessible, insightful guide tackles topics like White silence, the scientific origin of skin color, and societal fears of being perceived as a racist. Readers will find solutions to overcome barriers like inherent biases and wary parents while helping students understand emotional and complex issues. Elementary classroom teachers will: Help young children develop a foundational understanding about race and racism rooted in anti-bias practices Vicariously experience a classroom’s transformation from silent to celebratory Learn and teach the scientific origins of skin color and how differences should be acknowledged and celebrated Build skills in maintaining transparency and clear communication with hesitant parents Gain confidence to break the silence surrounding these complex and profound topics Contents: Preface Introduction Part 1: Reasons Some Choose Silence and Reasons for Breaking It Chapter 1: Racial Stress Chapter 2: Diverse Environments Chapter 3: Not Knowing What to Say About Race Chapter 4: The Desire for a Post-Racial World Part 2: Effective and Appropriate Ways to Talk About Race and Racism in Your Classroom Chapter 5: The Importance of Speaking Up Chapter 6: Peaceful Changemakers Chapter 7: A Deeper Conversation About Race Chapter 8: Parents and Caregivers as Partners in the Conversation Chapter 9: Common Roadblocks and a Path Through Them Glossary Appendix A: Frequently Asked Questions Appendix B: Steps to Take Before Introducing Dr. King Appendix C: Picture Books That Address Skin Color, Race, Hair, and Other Identities Appendix D: Books for Adults on Race and Racism References and Resources Index

The Suppression of Truth in the United States and the World

The Suppression of Truth in the United States and the World
Title The Suppression of Truth in the United States and the World PDF eBook
Author Martin K. Ettington
Publisher Martin K. Ettington
Pages 159
Release
Genre Political Science
ISBN

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In today’s world we live in a culture of truth suppression. This is true in representative democracies like the United States as well as full totalitarian dictatorships like Communist China. This book covers many areas of major lies like Global Warming, perverted doctrines taught in schools, Politics, News Suppression, Communist China, limitations in Spirituality, deficit spending, and problems with globalism. There are many different types of truth suppression and as much as we would like to think that we live in an advanced culture and world, this effort by different entities to suppress truth affects our lives negatively in many ways. The most direct effect is that we live in fear of the future of our world which is a big lie. This suppression also keeps us from fully realizing our spiritual natures and that we do have the ability to accomplish amazing things when we live with full honesty in our lives. I believe that individuals are closest to a state of happiness when they live their lives in truth. (See my book “A New Paradigm of Truth and Happiness” for more information.) There are actions we can take to correct this situation but they are mass actions which need many persons involved to have a real effect. A list of these actions are given later in this book.

Eraced

Eraced
Title Eraced PDF eBook
Author John K. Amanchukwu
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Pages 162
Release 2022-10-04
Genre Political Science
ISBN 1684514126

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John K. Amanchukwu Sr. is a rising voice exposing the racist ideologies of abortion and critical race theory. In Eraced, he exposes the evil plot of the liberals to destroy the Black community and divide the church, and provides sound biblical truth to help Christians understand these complex issues. Tucked in the Old Testament book of Isaiah is a warning meant for ancient Judah, but it might as well have been written for twenty-first century America: “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness” (Isaiah 5:20). Abortion and critical race theory are twin evils born of the same diabolical monster: racism. And yet, there are many in the church who want to call them good, even as America begins to unravel under their influence. In Eraced, John Amanchukwu Sr. dispels the myths surrounding abortion and critical race theory, and uncovers the Left's sinister plot to destroy the Black community and divide the church. Along the way, he brings to light important gospel truths to help all believers learn to think biblically about some of the most important and explosive issues of our day.