'Woke' Teacher Caught with 'F–k the Police,' 'F–k AmeriKKKa' Posters in Classroom
'Disgusting brainwashing of students with taxpayer dollars'
Parents of students at Alexander Hamilton High School in Los Angeles raised concerns about far-left propaganda anti-America and anti-police posters being displayed in the classroom.
One outraged parent captured images of the posters and branded them as a "disgusting brainwashing of students with taxpayer dollars."
One photo shows an American flag strewn atop of a piece of furniture while a Palestinian flag, a Black Lives Matter flag, an LGBTQ+ flag, and a transgender pride flag are hung neatly on a classroom wall.
Another photo shows one poster saying: "F*** the police"
And another saying:
"F*** AmeriKKA. This is native land"
History class at Alexander Hamilton High School in Los Angeles Unified Schools. pic.twitter.com/t9DAAFYQas— Parents Defending Education (@DefendingEd) September 14, 2021
The anti-police poster reads:
"Policing is a violent, anti-Black, settler institution that originated as slave patrols."
"Their primary mandate is to protect property and to militarily enforce White supremacist capitalism."
"They are doing their jobs as they are trained and paid to do.
"You can't fix what isn't broken.
"That's why we fight for police and prison abolition."
Another poster uses phrases such as "colonialism, genocide, slavery, imperialism, war on drugs, Jim Crow, and prison lands," to describe America.
The Los Angeles Unified School District responded to the backlash and confirmed to Fox News the posters will be taken down.
"L.A. Unified is aware of the specific classroom decorations," the district said.
"The specific posters will be taken down. We maintain and uphold student and staff confidentiality and therefore cannot comment on any of our students or employees."
The district appeared at first to defend the teacher's decision to display such anti-America political memorabilia.
"Across the nearly 630,000 students and about 30,000 teachers district-wide, individual teachers decorate their rooms in a variety of ways, with some decorations being directly tied to or in support of our district curriculum, while others are inclined to adorn based on their freedom of expression and individuality," that statement read.
"While utilizing decorations in our learning environments, all L.A. Unified teachers are expected to adhere to district policies and to be mindful of our mission to educate children in a classroom that reflects all our policies of inclusion and respectful treatment of individual rights."
"Any displays that are determined to be overtly and objectively political or otherwise run afoul of our policies of inclusion and respectful treatment of others will be taken down and will be handled administratively."