Critical Race trove uncovered in California teaches kids witchcraft

By Bob Unruh

Neve Campbell portrays a witch in a scene from "The Craft" (courtesy Columbia Pictures)
Neve Campbell portrays a witch in a scene from “The Craft” (courtesy Columbia Pictures)

A trove of Critical Race Theory documentation has been uncovered inside the workings of a California school district, including several pages that explain how to cast a “hex” on someone who says that “all lives matter,” according to a new report.

A column at the Federalist notes the materials come as part of what the Campbell Union High School district has promoted.

Columnist Spencer Lindquist explains the district has promoted more than 100 “equity resources” to students and staff, including “a document that taught students how to put a curse on those who say ‘all lives matter.'”

The documentation includes 60 different links, a Google Drive folder with 45 documents and more.

Lindquist explains, “One link takes you to an ‘Anti-Racism Resource List,’ which teaches about white fragility and claims that racism can only be perpetrated by white people. One of the ‘resources’ provided was a Trevor Noah speech labeled ‘Why rioting makes sense,’ followed by an unhinged anti-white rant from Sonya Renee Taylor, demanding that white people ‘throw your white body’ on police officers and ‘put their bodies on the line for the purpose of justice.'”

The report continued, “CUHSD also links to the Black Lives Matter Resource Guide, specifically their section labeled ‘high school,’ which itself includes 45 different texts. Amid a wide variety of CRT inspired assignments is a document that includes writing prompts on police brutality and racist violence.

“One section titled ‘Hex’ tells the reader, ‘Hexing people is an important way to get out anger and frustration.’ It becomes increasingly deranged, suggesting that those who say ‘all lives matter’ or commit ‘microaggressions,’ should be targeted. ‘Write your own hex poem, cursing that person,’ it instructs,” the report said.

Other readings include “A World With No Police, ” “The Black Radical Tradition,” and more.

The stated goals include efforts to “dismantle institutionalized racism in our society and our school district,” the report said.

The column warmed the “full ramifications of our education system’s descent into leftwing radicalism is yet to be fully realized, although we can be certain that many of the students it doesn’t lose to homeschooling will be successfully transformed into ‘co-conspirators.'”

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