Former NFL football player Colin Kaepernick has launched a new plan to indoctrinate our kids and will be publishing a new series of books for kids.
As you can imagine, race will play a prominent role in these books. The books will be teaching our children to judge others by skin color rather than by who they are as people.
In 2016 when Kaepernick was the quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, he took a knee during the national anthem. He claimed he was protesting against racial inequality in the U.S. Since then, he has been a prominent voice in debates about social justice.
Kaepernick’s Books For Kids
The first children’s book that Kaepernick is publishing is called “I Color Myself Different,” and it is based on a moment the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback claims to have had in kindergarten, when he realized at he was different from his adopted white family.
I’m excited to share that I’ll be publishing I COLOR MYSELF DIFFERENT, a children's book, with @KaepernickPub & @Scholastic on 4/5/22! #IColorMyselfDifferent is deeply personal to me & honors the courage & bravery of young people everywhere. Pre-order at https://t.co/0LpdyphIsD pic.twitter.com/kfnLZUVpBP
— Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) July 15, 2021
Kaepernick Publishing, which was founding in 2019, released a press release about the collaboration with Scholastic.
“This story is deeply personal to me, and inspired by real events in my life. I hope that it honors the courage and bravery of young people everywhere by encouraging them to live with authenticity and purpose,” said Kaepernick. “I’m excited for Kaepernick Publishing to be collaborating with Scholastic on books with Black and Brown voices at the forefront. I hope that our books will inspire readers to walk through the world with confidence, strength, and truth in all they do.”
Scholastic Speaks Out
Scholastic’s VP Debra Dorfman gushed over Kaepernick, saying that signing a deal with him was not a difficult decision.
“We knew instantly that we wanted to share his stories, which will be impactful messages of identity and belonging for Black and Brown children,” she said. “Colin’s reputation as a thought leader precedes him, but it was also clear when we met that his mission and purpose were very much aligned with Scholastic’s,” Dorfman continued.
This book is set to be released in April of 2022.
The Next Generation
As if Critical Race Theory was not enough for parents to worry about when it comes to their children being indoctrinated with race-baiting leftwing ideologies, now Kaepernick is trying to influence kids’ minds with kids books.
What happened to the days when kids were taught to not see color, and to instead focus on who people are on the inside?
Sadly, those days are gone, as liberals want black children to be raised to feel like victims and white children to be raised to feel guilty for having the skin color that they do.
If we don’t put a stop to all of this soon, the next generation is doomed to be both miserable and more racially obsessed than any previous one.