In LA, there is a school, Academia Semillas del Pueblo, which receives tax dollars, to promote a 'separatist' agenda. No, I don't mean separatist white folks. Take a look at the schools mission "dedicated to providing urban children of immigrant native families an excellent education founded upon their own language, cultural values and global realities" and tell me that if a white-dominated school did this, that it wouldn't be front-page news.
But a school with 91% hispanic and 9% native american students can get away with it because it's politically incorrect to question their motives.
Of course, let's also note that the school is also funded by MeCHA and the National Council of LaRaza. Both of these organizations are very much 'separatist' organizations that fund anything possible to promote hispanic solidarity and property return to Mexico.
The school's website states that of the many things I'm sure they teach, they also include
· Lead by obeying;
· Respect, not arrogance;
· Serve, not serve oneself;
· Propose, do not impose;
· Convince, do not defeat;
· Represent, do not supplant;
· Build, do not destroy.
However, if you look at the incident that happened today, where a CBS reporter was almost run down, I'm not sure that the 'respect, not arrogance' fits very well...nor does the 'lead by obeying' when the school teaches that illegal immigration is fine. Build, do not destroy? Hah...give me a break.
UPDATE: And here is an interview with the founder and principal of Academia Semillas del Pueblo. Nice to see it's hosted on a taxpayer funded website as well.....