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Super-elite D.C. school puts kindergartners in marching line

Super-elite D.C. school puts kindergartners in marching line


Super-elite D.C. school puts kindergartners in marching line

Kindergartners at an elite private school in Washington, D.C. marched around the school promoting the “Black Lives Matter” movement, a parade that went viral on social media but is no surprise if anyone is paying attention.

According to an in-depth story by the Illinois Family Institute, a video of the marching students at Lowell School was first posted to Instagram by the school itself. It then got picked up by the popular Twitter account “Libs of TikTok.”

The 10-second video shows a parade of innocent children --- wearing masks, of course --- marching in a hallway with their handmade signs.

It's unknown from the video if the children were marching for the slogan itself, which demanded justice for blacks who are the victims of violent police, or for the organization of the same name that was founded and led by self-described Marxists.

Lowell School, where parents pay $32,000 annually for kindergarten, openly states on its website it wants to create “social justice” warriors, the IFI points out.

Crouse, Janice (CWA) Crouse

"It's manipulation. It’s indoctrination. It's a lot of very bad things,” Janice Crouse, a longtime conservative activist, says. “And I think they're trying to instill racism, even a Marxist mindset, into these children."

Like the IFI story, a similar story at The Post Millennial points out the elementary school grades at Lowell are saturated with left-wing lessons such as "Learning for Justice" lesson from the Southern Poverty Law Center.

According to the Millennial, the public may have been shocked to see children marching for a Marxist movement but the school's mission is no secret to the powerful, wealthy families who rule Washington, D.C.