In The Atlanta Child Murders: Their Message Today About Education, Politics, and Race Relations, Dr. John Liebert and Dr. Felecia Nace examine the vulnerability of the victims of the Atlanta Child Murders by peeling back the layers of poverty many of the children endured. The book compares the vulnerability of the child victims forty years ago to the predatory behavior we witness in schools today by pharmaceutical, corporate, and political entities that leave children in K-12 schools defenseless against agenda-driven instruction.
Liebert and Nace rewind the clock to the late 1970s through early 1980s to understand the type of predatory culture Atlanta children suffered during the time of the murders-something Atlanta politicians and police didn't disclose to the public. Dr. Liebert walked the beat of inner-city Atlanta while the child killings were escalating. He understands, firsthand, the circumstances in which these victims lived.
This book takes a hard look at the media's role in stoking racial tension during the Atlanta Child Murders as well as during the recent George Floyd murder in 2020. This book explores how social justice lessons and LGBTQIA curriculum in K-12 schools seek to indoctrinate children rather than teach them the solid academic skills they need to rise above their circumstances.
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