All In The Family: Kamala's Niece Might Hate America More Than Her Aunt Does

Written By BlabberBuzz | Thursday, 18 November 2021 12:00

America has a problem, a big one. Politicians in top positions have been working to criticize the constitution and unravel the tapestry of the American spirit one string at a time. Our Vice President on many occasions has shown her distaste for American history on several occasions, and now her Niece is picking up the slack and working hard to accelerate the demise of the Republic.

Kamala Harris' niece Meena has said parents can teach "anti-racism at home" by telling their children the U.S. was founded by white supremacists and by supplying their bookshelves with the works of 1619 Project founder Nikole Hannah-Jones.

In a Washington Post op/ed published Tuesday night, Harris described how parents could influence kids by talking to them about the "racism" that shapes America and how the country was "stolen from Indigenous people".

She also took the chance to develop her book club, Phenomenal Books, "which spotlights the work of underrepresented authors, particularly women of color."

"It's time all American families start taking time at home to discuss the injustices that shaped our nation's past, the work still to be done in our present, and the values that should define our future," she wrote.

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 CRT BEING TAUGHT IN LA PUBLIC SCHOOLS:bell_image

"Titles that teach kids to value — not just tolerate — each other's differences are certainly important," Harris continued. "But with many of our schools failing to offer a curriculum or environment that combats racism, simply reading representative books to our kids isn't enough." She further explained: "Parents need to share narratives with their children that are historically accurate and anti-racist."

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 WATCH: TED CRUZ SLAMS THE NBA FOR LACKING BALLS AGAINST CHINAbell_image

"They need to tell stories that say what politicians are afraid to, and what so many teachers now can't: that this country was stolen from Indigenous people, founded by white supremacists, and built on the backs of enslaved people — and that racism shapes our society to this day," she wrote.

Meenakshi Harris, 37, is married to Nikolas Ajagu. The couple has two daughters, Amara and Leela. Harris is also the niece of the first female and minority vice president.

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Harris' op/ed's goal was to provide parents advice on how to educate their kids about racism and compassion at home if schools are failing in that area – explicitly citing Republican states that have banned or oppose the teaching of Critical Race Theory.

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In her article, she stressed two books – The 1619 Project: Born on the Water by Nikole Hannah-Jones and Renée Watson and Your Legacy by Broadway director Schele Williams.

Born on the Water is one of the two inaugural books being highlighted in Harris' Phenomenal Book Club. The other is The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story by Nikole Hannah-Jones.

"Over the last year-and-a-half, as the coronavirus pandemic triggered school closures, haphazard virtual learning setups, and confusing safety guidelines, parents of school-age children have been driven to the brink — juggling their jobs with a full-time commitment to ensuring their kids are getting a safe, quality education," Harris added.

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 WATCH: PSAKI SHOUTED AT FOR 'RACIST' TRAVEL BANSbell_image

"For parents of color, including myself, that health crisis has been compounded by a racial justice crisis," she continued. "While we navigated both crises, Republican lawmakers in 28 states have sought to bar educators from discussing racism, equity and justice in classrooms."

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