American children are taught to ‘hate our country, our freedoms, and even themselves,’ says USPIE founder

‘Insidious ideologies are turning kids against their families and creating a generation of Americans who don’t want to be American,’ says Sheri Few

November 28, 2022

COLUMBIA, S. C. — A recent report revealed the upsetting truth about America’s youth — the majority don’t value their American citizenship. According to the report, young people in the United States express far more skeptical views of America than older adults. They are also more likely to say it would be acceptable if another country has a military as strong as America’s.

The reason for this distain for America is clear, according to United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE) Founder and President Sheri Few.

“Children are being indoctrinated in government schools with anti-American pedagogies,” Few explained. “They are taught to hate our country, our freedoms, and even themselves. Insidious ideologies are turning kids against their families and creating a generation of Americans who don’t want to be American.”

USPIE’s latest film,“Truth & Lies in American Education,” uncovers the shocking realities of the American school system — and equips viewers with the information needed to fight for change. The film is available for streaming on SalemNOW. With testimonials from educational experts such as Karen England, Alex Newman, Dr. Duke Pesta, Dr. Carol Swain, Sam Sorbo, and others, the film challenges any preconceived notions about the American education system. The film follows Few’s own daughter-in-law, April, as she learns about the alarming liberal agenda throughout America’s school system. Driven by her own desire to safeguard her children, April Few makes the shocking discovery that the government education system — the one intended to educate America’s children — has been infiltrated with toxic propaganda.

“American children are learning critical race theory and Marxist ideology and then growing up to hate a country that they believe to be steeped in racism and bigotry,” Few said. “America has made mistakes, but we the people have always worked to overcome our mistakes. The nation has always been guided in the past by Judeo-Christian values and principles. Those who would ‘reimagine’ America are not being guided by strong Judeo-Christian values and principles — they’re being guided by Marxism, postmodernism, and critical theory. These are the people who want to burn down America and everything she stands for.

“Today’s youth believe that socialism is the answer to these issues they’ve been taught to address, and it starts with tax-payer funded government schools.  Government schools are the instituted agency of socialism in our culture throughout every state and throughout every community. If you talk to anyone who lived through a socialist regime, you’ll know that it goes against everything America was founded on.”

Few continued, “It’s up to us to fight for our children. If we don’t protect them, who will? Parents need to be equipped and prepared to enact change in their children’s education. That’s why USPIE’s new film, ‘Truth & Lies in American Education,’ is designed to empower American parents with the facts about what their children are learning.”

Truth & Lies in American Education” is available for streaming on SalemNOW, as well available on DVD. For more information about Truth & Lies in American Education,” click here.

United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE) is a nonprofit, nationwide coalition that seeks to return education to its proper local roots and restore parental authority over their children’s education by helping parents and local communities to escape federal and other national influences. It is the vision of USPIE to create a culture where parents, empowered with the authority to choose what and how their children learn, are the undisputed primary educators of their children, where local schools operate in support of families, and where education is unencumbered by federal mandates.

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