Sesame Street Pushes ‘Racial Justice” Onto Toddlers in New Segment
Sesame Street isn’t the same as it was when we were kids. Today, everyone feels the need to do something to combat “racial inequality” or at least, what the media and the left label as racial inequality.
The show has introduced two new characters to help children explain how discriminated against they are.
Here is the full version:
I will admit, that I honestly don’t see any real propaganda in that video so for that I’m thankful. However, the one thing that I didn’t like was hearing him say that his skin color is an important part of who we are. If we’re trying to get past racism and shift towards everyone being equal (which we already are) then emphasizing skin color seems to go against that.
This isn’t the first time that Sesame Street has gone up against racism or at least so it seems.
The thing that I don’t like about this segment from what I’ve seen of it is the old rhetoric. No one is preventing anyone of color from shopping at their business because they’re black. No one is creating white universities or white anything. On the contrary, some people need to look in the mirror because I’ve seen a lot of black schools, black fraternities, companies discriminating against white people by saying that they need to have “x” amount of black people working there instead of hiring someone based on their ability to do the job. I’ve seen black people yelling at white people for eating meals and calling them racists. Complete strangers…calling them racist. And it goes on and on.
In the effort to pursue “racial equality” they have themselves become racists.
Here’s my biggest beef and I’ve said it before in other articles. I have an elementary-aged son and he has no concept whatsoever about black people or white people. He knows that they are people and that we have different shades. But he’s never even heard anyone refer to them as a black person. Why? Because I haven’t taught him to think that way. If everyone else could go and do likewise and stop claiming everyone is racist, then that would make the world a better place.