Stamped: Ibram Kendi and Jason Reynolds Are CRT Propagandists, Not Historians
EXCLUSIVE: Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You is a 2020 book for young people, a collaborative effort between Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi, both of whose past connections and projects indicate that they are more critical race theory (CRT) propagandists than historians. Reynolds has ties to the Obamas and Kendi is famous for spreading his CRT narratives and promoting radical Marxist activists through various media forms.
Jason Reynolds has won multiple awards for his work and is executive producer of the 2021 YouTube documentary Black Renaissance, which prominently features the Obamas and Stacey Abrams. Ibram X. Kendi is a journalist, professor, #1 New York Times bestselling author, and Founding Director of Boston University Center for Antiracist Research. He has his own podcast, “Be Antiracist,” with the company of Jacob Weisberg. Weisberg went on a trip to China sponsored by a Chinese Communist Party-linked group while working for Slate magazine, as The National Pulse revealed.
Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You, Reynolds’ rewrite for kids of Kendi’s Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America, rewrites American history from Prince Henry the Navigator up until the present, using a CRT lens to do so; “race and, more critical, racism are everywhere.” The book is obsessed with race, implies that “racism” started with American history and is restricted to Euro-descent whites hating non-whites,1 and indicates that anyone who wants to be more civilized or educated is trying to be more white.2 American heroes who truly suffered under racism, like former slaves Frederick Douglass and Booker T. Washington, are slammed as “assimilationists,” which radical Communists like Angela Davis and Malcolm X are lauded as “antiracist” heroes (and Michelle Obama is praised, too).
Stamped: Racism, Antiracism makes American heroes into villains. Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and Abraham Lincoln (the Great Emancipator himself) are among those attacked by Reynolds. Ronald Reagan is described as being on “the most addictive drug known to America. Racism,” because of his war on drugs and anti-welfare position.
Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You is, as said above, the junior version of Kendi’s Stamped from the Beginning. In Stamped from the Beginning Kendi says: “A truly multicultural nation ruled by multiculturalists would not have Christianity as its unofficial standard religion. It would not have suits as its standard professional attire. English would not be its standard language or be assessed by standardized tests.” Kendi seems to think Christianity is a “white” religion. In fact Jesus and His Apostles were all from Asia (Israel).
Here is a page from another Kendi book, Antiracist Baby, meant for the “earliest age” of infancy. Never too early to start indoctrinating!
Kendi was an editor for a compilation work published earlier in 2021 called, “Four Hundred Souls: A Community History of African America 1619-2019.” As the title indicates, the book follows the mentality of the 1619 Project, that America has always been founded on racism. Among the book’s contributors are 1619 Project’s Nikole Hannah-Jones, former Democratic National Committee (DNC) chair Donna Brazile, and Alicia Garza, who was described by her fellow BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors as a “trained Marxist.”
Ibram Kendi and Jason Reynolds are not historians trying to bring the truth to children. They are Communists trying to indoctrinate Americans with critical race theory.
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To give just a few examples of non-whites being racist or of whites being prejudiced against other whites: the Chinese Communist Party is currently committing ethnic-based genocide against the Uyghurs; the word “slave” has its roots in the “ethnonym” Slav (the Slavic peoples were enslaved by other European peoples); the Japanese killed millions of other Asians, including Chinese and Koreans, during WWII (based in racial prejudice); and the British for hundreds of years considered the Irish an inferior people.
This is racist in and of itself. Civilization started in places like Nubia (Africa) and Mesopotamia (Asia). To pretend that wanting to be more civilized or more educated makes you want to be more “white” is ridiculous and insulting.