Colin Kaepernick is yet to finish pushing the left’s agenda and making his way to the limelight. In May, the former football player and Marxist BLM activist announced the creation of Kaepernick Publications. Now he has published plans for a new series of children’s books. He is working in partnership with Scholastic to create the picture books, the first of which will be titled “I Color Different.”
Most everyone knows that Kaepernick is not famous for being a star soccer player or award-winning author. He made his millions by spitting on the country that gave him his fortune and down on my knees during the national anthem because it is so “downtrodden.”
The first book published by Kaepernick Publications is titled “Abolition for the People: The Movement for a Future Without Police and Prisons.” The book was edited by none other than Colin Kaepernick himself, who has no experience in the field of writing.
Now, he has decided that his football career prepared him for a writing career. His first book, which is supposed to be for children, will be edited by Scholastic Vice President Andrea Davis Pinkney and published in April 2022. If his writing career is anything like his football career, we won’t have to deal with him for long time.
Kaepernick posted this on Twitter announcing the new book:
I am excited to share that I will be publishing I COLOR MYSELF DIFFERENT, a children’s book, with @KaepernickPub Y @School on 4/5/22! #IColorMyselfDifferent it is deeply personal to me and honors the courage and bravery of young people around the world. Book in https://t.co/0LpdyphIsD pic.twitter.com/kfnLZUVpBP
– Colin Kaepernick (@ Kaepernick7) July 15, 2021
The publication It will discuss “an important childhood memory from when Kaepernick first documented that she was different from her adopted white family.” The book description says that “During a kindergarten exercise on drawing families, Kaepernick recalls that he put down the yellow crayon that he had been using to draw his family and picked up the brown crayon for himself. This moment crystallized for him the differences marked by its adoption, and how recognizing those distinctions could encourage all of us to be more accepting of ourselves and others. “
If we want to accept each other better, why are we pointing out differences in skin color? Because the division is sold in today’s world and that’s where Kaepernick’s talent really resides.
“Colin Kaepernick’s inspiring story, with themes of identity, race and self-esteem, will resonate deeply with all children,” said Scholastic Trade Publishing President and Editor Ellie Berger. “We are privileged to bring this work to young readers around the world for the first time.”
Point out that everyone has different colored skin and should be treated in a certain way because that doesn’t “resonate” with kids, that’s the exact opposite of what MLK wanted.
Scholastic’s senior management team is overwhelmingly white, however, Kaepernick had the following to say:
I’m excited to have Kaepernick Publishing collaborating with Scholastic on books with black and brown voices at the forefront. I hope our books inspire readers to walk the world with confidence, strength, and truth in all that they do.
Instead of imagining a world without police, I would like to imagine a world without Scholastic.