Social Justice & Equity = Communism
Teaching global citizenship from UNESCO, to a group of students who do not understand American exceptionalism and nationalism eliminates knowledge of freedom and liberty.
Green Cross International’s roots can be traced back to President Mikhail Gorbachev’s time in office as Head of State of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, a period during which he spoke repeatedly about the interrelated threats humanity and our Earth face from nuclear arms, chemical weapons, unsustainable development, and the man-induced decimation of the planet’s ecology.
We operate three initiatives under our Value Change programme:
- Education for Environmental Sustainability
- Promoting the values of the Earth Charter
- Organizing Earth Dialogues
worldwide hands-on, primary and secondary school-based science and education program. U.S. Website
A parent in upstate New York is claiming there is some disturbing information being taught to his child as a result of a Common Core-aligned lesson on government and human rights. (Common Core is the controversial standardized curriculum program being advocated for by the federal government.)
The latest example, he says, is that his daughter and her classmates are being taught a section on the 30 “universal human rights” declared by the United Nations in 1945.
Those rights include:
• The right to a nationality, and to change that nationality whenever you want to.
• The right to a job for everyone who wants one.
• The right to “social security” (to be taken care of by the government when you cannot do it yourself).
• The right to food, clothing, housing and medicine.
• The right to work and join a union. (One of the rights also states that you cannot be compelled to join an association.)
• The right to play.
Common Core learning module: Stories of Human Rights
EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE TYRANNY
By Michael J. Chapman
February 3, 2007
The United Nations Plan for Our Children
On September 10, 2003 in Prague at the International Conference on Education for a Sustainable Future, the United Nations declared 2005 through 2015, “The Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD).” To nobody’s surprise, the UN also named UNESCO (The United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) as the lead agency for this global effort. The official launch ceremony took place on March 1st, 2005 in New York City.
Few Americans paid attention. They should have. On June 12, 2002, President Bush had announced that America would rejoin UNESCO and “…participate fully in its mission….”
According to UNESCO, “The Decade of ESD is a far-reaching and complex undertaking… that potentially touches on every aspect of life. The basic vision…is a world where everyone…learns the values, behavior, and lifestyles required for a sustainable future and for positive societal
Sandy Creek students in Fayette County, Georgia, participate in a video-conference on Social Change. This was sponsored by the Global Nomads Group.
March 12, 2014: Students at Sandy Creek High had the opportunity to discuss social media and its impact on social change with peers from other states and as far away as Guadalajara, Mexico through a special videoconference presented by the Global Nomads Group, an organization dedicated to building global citizenship by fostering awareness and mutual understanding between students worldwide.
Students prepared for the videoconference, called The Timeline of Social Change, by reading a case study of the Chilean education reform movement. They discussed the case study with the other student participants, as well as talked about creating sustainable change in their own communities.
The sponsoring organization is the Global Nomad Group. Now… just the name alone would cause any thinking person to want to find out who they are, right?
Their partners include: The United Nations, the State Dept., and several pro-Islamic organizations. Do you see any conservative, Christian, or pro-America organizations participating in this indoctrination program?
Parents should consider: With the ties of anti-American and anti-Christian organizations to the Global Nomad Group… exactly WHOSE social values do they intend to change?
Global Nomads Group http://gng.org/home
What We Do http://gng.org/what-we-do
Who We Are http://gng.org/who-we-are
YOUTH VOICES http://gng.org/yv-programs
Youth Voices connects classrooms across the world through shared curricula, an online platform, a global citizenship project, and interactive videoconferences (IVCs). These tools allow students to connect in real-time for face-to-face intercultural dialogue. Youth Voices fosters leadership and motivation for youth to take positive action in their communities and equips students with critical 21st century workforce skills.
Parents should also do their research on the Model U.N. program (http://www.unausa.org/global-classrooms-model-un) before allowing their students to participate. The goal of the United Nations is to teach our children that “human rights” should be determined by man (The U.N. Declaration of Human Rights) and that our Bill of Rights, which reaffirms the GOD given rights which cannot be taken away by any man… should be dumped and replaced with the U.N. document.
Communist China Unveils Most Orwellian Scheme Ever
By Alex Newman
In what may be one of the most Orwellian schemes ever concocted by the dictatorship, all 1.3 billion victims of Communist China’s mass-murdering regime will soon be given a “score” apparently measuring, among other attributes, their level of loyalty to the nation’s brutal overlords. The score will also showcase how “good” each “citizen” is so everyone can be punished or rewarded accordingly.
SOCIAL JUSTICE MATH
There was a time when students were simply taught how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide. Now the new standards include teaching the United Nations agenda of “social justice.”
From their recent conference brochure: Achieving equity in mathematics education is a fundamental challenge facing mathematics educators (NCTM, 2000)……Teachers learning to teach for social justice must also get to know their students well. They must understand their students “in non-stereotypical ways while acknowledging and comprehending the ways in which culture and context influence their lives and learning” (Darling-Hammond, 2002, p. 209). Teaching for social justice involves making issues such as power, equity, racism, and classism explicit parts of the classroom (Cochran-Smith, 1999). Students have a wide range of reactions to these issues, from excitement to anger to resistance and immobilization (Griffin, 1997). Knowing your students well includes anticipating the myriad responses students might have.