Posted on May 2, 2022

‘Anti-Racism Fight Club’ Handbook Sent to Washington DC Elementary Schoolers, Parents

Chrissy Clark, Daily Caller, May 2, 2022

An elementary school in Washington, D.C. hosted an assembly on anti-racism for students and presented parents with a handbook on fighting racism {snip}

Janney Elementary School in Washington, D.C. held a virtual assembly with an anti-racist educator Nov. 30 {snip}

{snip} Students obtained a “fist book” with information on combating racism at home.

One portion of the elementary “fist book” taught students “how to deal with racism from loved ones.”

“Even though they love you and are older than you, they can be wrong,” the handout reads.


“If a Black person says something mean to a white person, he has no power over him,” the “fist book” reads. “It’s as if white people walk around with an invisible force field because they hold all of the power in America.”


{snip} The “fist book” told parents that only white adults can be racist, and black, indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) “cannot be racist, because there is no construct in America where we hold power or influence.”


“In order to truly eradicate racism, it starts in the home by raising anti-racist children,” the adult “fist book” reads.

Solutions for parents include introducing children to diversity books, helping find their child a “BIPOC mentor,” and helping children make “BIPOC” friends. Other solutions included “fight[ing] to get cops out of school,” “empower[ing] students to get tough on racism,” and removing standardized testing from schools.