A Black Lives Matter textbook could be coming to a school near you.

Aimed at white sixth grade through high school students, "Black Lives Matter (Special Reports)" "covers the shootings that touched off passionate protests, the work of activists to bring about a more just legal system and tensions in the U.S. society that these events have brought to light," according to Ardo Publishing.

Authors Duchess Harris and Sue Bradford Edwards say the conversation needs to happen with young students, but critics say it goes too far.

Larry Elder said on "Fox and Friends Weekend" that this book is indoctrinating children to believe that that black people are victims and white people should feel guilty about it. He explained that doesn't get to the root of the problem.

He said if the Black Lives Matter movement is really concerned about saving the lives of African Americans, they should focus on black-on-black crime, which is the number one cause of preventable death among young black males.

Elder questioned why Black Lives Matter activists are writing books like this and interrupting speeches by politicians like Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley.

"Why don't they come down to Compton or South Central, where I grew up, and confront the Bloods and the Crips and MS-13?" Elder said. "Get in their faces and chant 'black lives matter.' Maybe that will have some sort of effect."

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