‘Americans need to recall the patriotism that followed 9/11 and work to build pride in our country again. We need to love one another, appreciate our differences and rebuild the unity that was so prevalent on 9/12’
September 12, 2022
COLUMBIA, S. C. — As Americans remember the sacrifice of many during the infamous 9/11 attacks, many also look back on the time after the tragedy as a time of unification. Bonded by their grief and horror at the catastrophe, Americans gathered together to honor those lost and worked to build a brighter future for the country. Over 20 years later, however, the country has forgotten that sense of camaraderie and fellowship, according to Sheri Few, president and founder of United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE).
“While remembering the tragic deaths and destruction of 9/11 by terrorists who hated our country, I am reminded of the unity and patriotism that abounded throughout America following this evil attack,” Few commented. “This was the silver lining in the very dark cloud that loomed on 9/12. ‘God bless America’ was on every marquis and people worked together to help the victims and their families. American flags were displayed on nearly every street corner, draped over tall buildings, and hung in churches and malls — firefighters even erected the American flag at the demolished Twin Towers site. People of all races and ethnicities were united, one nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all.
“Fast forward twenty years and we have athletes taking a knee during the national anthem and refusing to come out of locker rooms while it is played. Critical race theory is espoused from kindergarten through college, causing intentional division which could lead to civil unrest. The Black Lives Matter movement justified looting, rioting, and even killing people in the name of justice. Social justice warriors are being churned out of every American classroom and children are being taught anti-American propaganda in government schools.”
Even as the majority of America forgets the unity after the deadliest foreign assault ever on U.S. soil, true patriots are working to bring the country back to that previous sense of unity and fellowship. USPIE’s latest feature film, “Truth & Lies in American Education,” reveals the underlying agenda in American schools, including the unpatriotic pedagogies training American children to hate their own country.
“All of this has been exposed in the new documentary film ‘Truth & Lies in American Education.’ Americans need to recall the patriotism that followed 9/11 and work to build pride in our country again. We need to love one another, appreciate our differences and rebuild the unity that was so prevalent on 9/12. God bless our great nation and may God unite us once again without being prompted by tragedy.”
“Truth & Lies in American Education” gives an insiders look into the troubling agendas in education. The film follows Few’s own daughter-in-law, April Few, as she makes the shocking discovery that the governmental education system — the one intended to help and educate America’s children — has been infiltrated with toxic propaganda.
“Truth & Lies in American Education” includes powerful testimonies from other educational experts such as Alex Newman, Karen England, Dr. Duke Pesta, Dr. Carol Swain, Sam Sorbo, and others. The film is available for streaming on SalemNOW, as well available on DVD.
For more information about “Truth & Lies in American Education,” click here.
Sheri Few is the Founder and President of United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE) whose mission is to end the US Department of Education and all federal education mandates. USPIE has established 20 state chapters and is growing rapidly amid the national outcry from parents who want to regain control of their children’s education. Few is a nationally recognized leader on education policy and is often quoted in conservative media. Few has spent much of the last year exposing critical race theory and serving as executive producer for the new documentary film titled “Truth & Lies in American Education.”
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.