Father-Daughter TikTok Takes On Critical Race Theory: ‘Children Don’t See Color, They Love Everybody’

Father-Daughter TikTok Takes On Critical Race Theory: ‘Children Don’t See Color, They Love Everybody’

Kory Yeshua is fighting for a world where his 6-year-old daughter Royalty is judged by the content of her character, not the color of her skin.

The father-daughter pair took to TikTok to combat critical race theory in a powerful viral video expressing the importance of treating people based on who they are, not their race.

In a viral TikTok, Yeshua explained how he taught his daughter that “how we treat people is based on who they are, and not what color they are,” with Royalty interjecting that the judgment should be based on “if they’re nice and smart,” not “if you’re black or white or any color.”

Upon her adorable interruption, he noted that children inherently think in this manner, making judgments based on the individual person rather than their race, a worldview critical race theory is attempting to excise.

He vowed to combat CRT for the sake of his daughter, who would know that “no matter what she wants to be in life, all she has to do is work hard and she can become anything.”

Yeshua firmly called his listeners to action: “We need to stop CRT. Period. Point blank. Children do not see skin color, man. They love everybody. If they’re good people, they love them.”

Paulina Enck is an intern at the Federalist and current student at Georgetown University in the School of Foreign Service. Follow her on Twitter at @itspaulinaenck
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