Disney+ Kids Show 'Proud Family' Pushes Anti-White Hate

February 7th, 2023 3:16 AM

Season two of the Disney+ children's cartoon Proud Family: Louder and Prouder premiered on the streaming service last week. The ten-episode second season is filled with critical race theory (CRT) propaganda and anti-white hate. 

Critical race theory ideas and racial division are littered throughout the series, but three episodes in particular stood out. 

"Reparations," the third episode of the season, has already garnered a great deal of attention on Twitter. Conservative accounts such as Christopher Rufo and End Wokeness highlighted a clip at the end of the episode in which the kids sing a rap for reparations as part of a debate team performance.

As Rufo noted, "This Disney clip is pure critical race theory, including the insane conspiracy theory that Lincoln did not free the slaves."

Hatred of Lincoln and the United States in general is in full force again in episode 10, "Juneteenth." This particular episode is such a historical mess it's hard to know where to begin. 

Proud Family is set in the town of Smithville, California, and in the episode the citizens plan to honor the town's founder, Christian A. Smith. But Maya (Keke Palmer), the main character with a CRT-style middle school teacher, discovers that Smith was actually a slave owner. He owned a plantation in their town.  

How is that possible? Maya's teacher tells her that it is because the Emancipation Proclamation only applied to Confederate States and Union border states did not have to free their slaves.

Um...California was not a border state. It was a free state with little connection to southern slavery and plantation ownership. Placing a slave-holding plantation there is a stretch, to put it mildly. 

But the show doesn't care about reality and is more than happy to confuse children about American history.

It uses this preposterous setup to compel atonement from a white character in the show. A gay white descendant of Smith, who is married to a black man, asks his black children and black "husband" for forgiveness.

This is, of course, after his black husband tells him about his white privilege and gives him Robin D'Angelo's critical race theory book, White Fragility.

The kids protest the statue of the founder and are arrested by aggressive police forces. 

Christian A. Smith's statue is taken down in the end and replaced by the statue of a former slave making a BLM fist.

While "Juneteenth" and "Reparations" are two episodes that have gotten the most attention from conservatives on social media, a third episode called "The End of Innocence" was also surprising in its anti-white hate.

In "The End of Innocence" a handsome black student at the school asks a white girl, Zoey (Soleil Moon Frye), to a dance. Her mostly black friends at the minority-predominant school are furious.

They shut her out of their friend group and discuss the fact that this popular black boy only dates "vanilla."


They disinvite Zoey to their yearly princess party, but she arrives anyway and the girls argue.


Eventually, the black boy admits to Zoey that he only dates white girls. She decides not to go to the dance with him, "especially when it hurts my friends."

Do the girls who mistreated Zoey ever apologize for their behavior towards her? No, instead she apologizes to them.

"I'm sorry, guys. I really didn't get it," she says.

So, the episode teaches non-white girls that it's okay to ostracize and mistreat a white girl if she dates a black boy. Such tolerance!

Proud Family: Louder and Prouder is directed by Latoya Raveneau. Raveneau was famously recorded in a staff meeting last year bragging about her "not-at-all-secret gay agenda."

Her gay agenda was clear in season one and is still very much a part of the show. But with season two, she added a not-at-all-secret agenda of racial division and anti-white hatred too.