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‘Woke Kindergarten’ leader says aliens are ‘oppressed,’ calls for destruction of US

via The Hill
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An organization called “Woke Kindergarten” led by Akiea ‘Ki’ Gross has been training a San Francisco Bay-area elementary school.

Akiea ‘Ki’ Gross recently posted, “I believe the United States has no right to exist. I believe every settler colony who has committed genocide against native peoples, against Indigenous people, has no right to exist.”

Gross continued, “Y’all the demons. Y’all are the villains. We’ve been trying to end y’all. Get free of y’all.”

“I believe in a free Palestine from the river to the sea,” added Gross.

Gross has expressed views about the destruction of America, Israel, and the abolition of schools, advocating for a free Palestine and Indigenous land rights.

Gross previously posted, “When I think about a world free of state violence… I think about a world free of the U.S. empire. I think about a world free of Israel.”

“I think about land back to Indigenous peoples globally. I think about the fact that we would not have to participate in these systems, because none of these systems would exist. That means kids wouldn’t have to go to school because the world would ultimately be their classroom,” wrote Gross.

The organization’s curriculum materials have been used in various schools, but a school using them saw declining test scores.

“[Kids] would learn with us, they would learn from us. We would learn from them. We would create these ecosystems of community care that would make sure that everybody had what they needed, so nobody would want for anything. We would hear music everywhere. We will make art out of everything. We’ll be able to write so much more poetry, because we would have so much joy in ourselves that we would need someplace to move it, someplace for it to land. The people would have the power and the kids would have more, too,” explained Gross.

Gross posted on X, “Solidarity with all oppressed BEINGS. That’s what I meant, how I feel and what I should have said. Human, non-human animal & extraterrestrial alike. Universally. Infinitely. Always.”

The school district superintendent defended the decision, emphasizing the importance of student well-being and attendance over test scores.

Hayward Unified School District Superintendent Jason Reimann said, “Helping students feel safe and whole is part and parcel of academic achievement. I get that it’s more money than we would have liked to have spent.”

“We are in favor 100% of abolishing systems of oppression where they hold our students back. What I do believe is we should pick providers based on their work and how effective they are,” he continued.

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