Two public schools in the City of Sacramento are showing their virtue loud and proud, by posting BLACK LIVES MATTER on their billboards. Crocker/Riverside Elementary School, and Sacramento City College, both in the downtown neighborhood of Land Park, have posted the message, and both are closed to students at the moment.
While Crocker/Riverside Elementary School doesn’t have anything on its website about BLM, Sacramento City College is promoting “A Message of Solidarity and Action” by
Sacramento City College President Michael Gutierrez:
“Words cannot explain the pain our Black colleagues and students feel due to the racist atrocities happening nationwide. The deaths, the murders, the weaponization of race by calling the police on Black people, the wearing of white supremacist paraphernalia – it must stop.
It is heartbreaking to see our friends, loved ones, colleagues and community continue to suffer and grieve. As a parent, my heart hurts for parents of Black men and boys. As a human, my heart hurts for all Black people in the US.
Together we stand in solidarity with our Black community – our students, faculty, staff, and administrators – to fight against systemic inequity, injustice, and racism. It is our responsibility to restore faith and hope to our campus.
To the members of SCC’s Black community, we see you, we hear you, and we will take action to deconstruct structural racism so that our Black students can succeed at Sacramento City College.”
Is Sacramento City College President Gutierrez implying that black students are unable to earn Associate of Arts Degrees from his college? Read the entire message here.
In June, California Globe reported that the Sacramento City Unified School District sent an email out immediately following the George Floyd incident claiming “racism that is prevalent throughout this country, including in Sacramento.” This message went to all SCUSD employees, parents of SCUSD students, and community members, and infuriated parents and teachers alike.
Why is this necessary And Who is BLM??
The City College electronic billboard is currently covered on both sides by BLM banners.
Do the administrators who authorized the billboards know anything about Black Lives Matter, or is this just virtue signaling? Can they be that naive, or are they knowingly supportive of BLM?
A video from 2015 is being shared all over social media of Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, who describes herself as a “queer,” artist, author, organizer and college professor who founded the organization with another lesbian feminist, acknowledging that the group is led by”trained organizers,” and “trained Marxists,” and “super versed on ideological theories.”
The BLM website also outlines that it seeks to “dismantle cisgender privilege and uplift Black trans folk,” as well as to “foster a queer‐affirming network” and “build a space” that is “free from sexism, misogyny, and environments in which men are centered.”
But BLM fails to acknowledge the 104 people shot in Chicago over a recent weekend, leaving 14 dead. Don’t all black lives matter? Why are they silent about black on black violent crime in inner cities like Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore, New York City, Los Angeles, and other large US cities? Do Democrats who embrace BLM not care?
Black Lives Matter is about reviving the Black Liberation Movement and subsequent theology. Garza sees Black Lives Matter as a vehicle for the promotion of “Black queer and trans folks.”
Black Lives Matter also has on its website a section for defunding the police. “We know that police don’t keep us safe…” the message says. So while public schools are signaling their support for the Black Lives Matter organization, others warn that BLM is a domestic terrorist movement.
“The co-founder of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, Patrisse Cullors, was the protégé of a communist-supporting domestic terrorist for over a decade, spending years training in political organizing and absorbing the radical Marxist-Leninist ideology which shaped her worldview,” Breitbart recently reported.
American Thinker contributor Don Fsher, Jr. calls BLM “Domestic Terrorists.” Fisher explains: “The reality is that Black Lives Matter (BLM) intimidates, terrorizes, and uses violence to achieve its goals.” As we all saw with the riots, arson and looting following the George Floyd death, “the anarchists shut down freeways, destroyed property, and looted stores. Rocks, bottles, and other projectiles were thrown at police who attempted to break up the mayhem, and “Black Lives Matter” was spray-painted by the mobs on buildings, sidewalks, signs, and even monuments,” Fisher said.
It is curious why any public school administrator would promote Black Lives Matter. And since no one is answering the phones at either Crocker/Riverside Elementary School or Sacramento City College, California Globe couldn’t even ask.
Here is the video of Sacramento City College’s “messages of solidarity and action for our campus and community.”
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