Philadelphia elementary school forces 5th graders to celebrate “black communism” and hold mock “Black Power” rally

A Pennsylvania school is under fire after fifth graders were reportedly forced to celebrate black communism and hold a mock “Black Power” rally amid Black History Month celebrations.

Students in one Philadelphia elementary school were allegedly forced to celebrate “black communism” and endure a mock Black Power rally in order to “free” Angela Davis, outspoken radical political activist, from “jail.”

Christopher Rufo, a contributing editor at the City Journal, detailed the alleged activities — which he says were outlined by whistleblower documents — and said that he spoke with a school source that corroborated the details.

Students at William D. Kelley School were reportedly exposed to the playacting through a social studies class that praised Davis — “the ‘black communist'” — for her fight against “injustice and inequality.”

Students, according to Rufo’s report, were also told to pretend they were participating in a rally to free Davis, who was once jailed — and later freed — on charges of murder and more.

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