D.C. Elementary School Hosts ‘Anti-Racism Fight Club’ Assembly With ‘Fist Book’ For Students

D.C. Elementary School Hosts ‘Anti-Racism Fight Club’ Assembly With ‘Fist Book’ For Students


Some politicians continue to insist that Critical Race Theory isn’t being taught in elementary schools despite mounting evidence to the contrary. One of the latest examples to go public comes from Janney Elementary School in Washington, D.C., where students in preschool through third grade were presented with an assembly on being anti-racist.

A November 30 letter from school principal Danielle Singh detailed the event, Fox News reported. Speaker Doyin Richards, author of “Anti-Racism Fight Club Fist Book For Kids,” visited the elementary school to discuss some of the topics presented in his book. 

“As part of this work, each student has a fist book to help continue the dialogue at school and home,” Singh’s letter to parents read.  

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