Denver Elementary School Will Hold BLM Event for Kindergarteners

The front of Lafayette High School in the summer of 2019 / Photo by Daniel C. Hodges via Wikimedia Commons

A school district in Denver, Colorado, plans to host a Black Lives Matter “Week of Action,” according to a report from Parents Defending Education.

Centennial Elementary School (CES) in Denver Public Schools (DPS) announced its plans to participate in the “Black Lives Matter (BLM) at School Week of Action” from Jan. 31 – Feb. 4, according to a report from Parents Defending Education (PDE). The school said it will instruct kindergarteners and first graders to be “transgender affirming” by “recognizing trans-antagonistic violence” and “queer affirming” so “heteronormative thinking no longer exists.”

Most kindergarteners and first graders are five, six and seven years old, according to PDE.

One of the 13 “Black Lives Matter Guiding Principles” the elementary school will teach is “globalism,” which is defined as “our ability to see how we are impacted or privileged within the Black global family.”

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  1. Dan the Man January 25, 2022