Institutional racism has turned into Cultural Marxism in the North Carolina Museum of Art, and local activists have taken note of a hazardous situation there involving new ideas of race equity. It is unclear whether the proponents of Critical Race Theory (CRT) intentionally try to start racial conflicts by simultaneously attacking White Americans while elevating Black Americans, but someone in power should investigate.
“Your 5-year-old is already racially biased. Here’s what you can do about it,” reported the North Carolina Museum of Art in their offerings of “Anti-Racism Resources for White People.”
We know that these tactics of elevating one race of people while dehumanizing another race of people are wrong. Yet, very powerful political sources are pushing exactly that on the American people. We know from looking at what has happened in places like South Africa, where there is an epidemic of murders against people for being White, that racism kills.
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This is how the left perfectly uses cultural institutions to indoctrinate people to their side, using free resources from well-funded nonprofits, using schools as distribution, and promoting a very foreign mindset that could lead to civil conflict between Americans who otherwise get along just fine.
According to the Museum’s website:
Resources for Parents: Addressing Bias, Racial Identity, and Inequity with Children
By Jill Taylor, NCMA Manager of School and Teacher Programs
Talking with children about race and inequity requires reflection about one’s identity, experiences, and implicit biases. Self-awareness will help in understanding how children’s perceptions of the world are influenced by their actions and beliefs. Having discussions with children about these issues should be woven into your daily lives, rather than a “very special episode” that fades from memory if not revisited. Children are as guided by what you show them as what you tell them; representation matters, from the characters they read about in books to the toys they play with and the television and movies they watch. Recommendations for going deeper on these topics follow.
Great places to start
Project Implicit: Implicit Bias Test
Talking about Race portal from the National Museum of African American History and Culture. This is a fantastic starting place for exploring historical foundations of race, anti-racism, bias, and much more. It includes specific recommendations geared toward educators, parents, and people committed to equity.
EmbraceRace. This nonprofit was founded by a couple who wanted to build a community devoted to gathering resources for parents to “meet the challenges they face raising children in a world where race matters.” Sample resources include:
- Your 5-year-old is already racially biased. Here’s what you can do about it
- Looking for excellent diverse children’s books? Start here!
- Anti-Racism Resources for White People. This is a Google doc compiled by activists Sarah Sophie Flicker and Alyssa Klein in May 2020 that features articles, book lists, podcasts, and other media recommendations for aspiring allies.
COMPARE AND CONTRAST WHAT IS GOING ON AT THE ART MUSEUM
Dive into those three links above. Each one of them needs their own separate article. While the teacher’s program at the Museum is training teachers and parents to destroy White children’s self-image by pushing a very bizarre set of concepts, they also have a portrait of a Black woman who has beheaded a White woman to help promote, according to the artist, an agenda to “Kill Whitey”.
This is at the Raleigh Art Museum.. because equality.. n stuff. Thats a Black woman who has beheaded a White woman- you know because that is ok. pic.twitter.com/w6oTJ6Y6KL
— Kari Baxter Donovan ????⛵????☀️ (@Saorsa1776) April 11, 2021
“I’m actually stunned speechless. And y’all know THAT doesn’t happen often,” wrote a local North Carolina activist on Facebook about the painting.
“Meanwhile, at the NC Museum of Art, we have a white woman being beheaded. 2012. Quote from the artist: He commented: “It’s sort of a play on the ‘kill whitey’ thing.” This is the artist Obama chose to do his portrait. K Kehinde Wiley, the artist chosen to paint the official portrait of former US President
Barack Obama previously depicted black women decapitating white women,” she wrote.
SHE WAS RIGHT- THE ARTIST TOLD THE NEW YORK TIMES EXACTLY THAT
Remember the weird portraits of Barack and Michele Obama? The same artist is highlighted at the NC Art Museum.
Kehinde Wiley, who is 39 and from New York, created the two paintings in 2012 and was inspired by the Biblical story of Judith beheading the Assyrian general Holoferne. At the time, Wiley told The New York Times that he was inspired by the classical European depictions of Bible stories by Caravaggio and Gentileschi, only he chose to depict Judith as a black woman and Holoferne as a white woman.
He commented: “It’s sort of a play on the ‘kill whitey’ thing.”
It was not the only piece he has of a Black woman beheading a White woman
When you know what to look for you will see CRT and it violence, which is not good for anyone: https://t.co/gSTRhfu1I5
— Kari Baxter Donovan ????⛵????☀️ (@Saorsa1776) April 16, 2021
The description for the work from the North Carolina Museum of Art foundation reads: “Wiley translates this image of a courageous, powerful woman into a contemporary version that resonates with fury and righteousness.”
Local activists against Critical Race Theory and educational groups are urging North Carolina residents to contact their Republican legislators to investigate what is going on at the North Carolina Art Museum.
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This is the first in a series of articles about Critical Race Theory at the NC Art Museum
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776