A “14-year-old activist,” Maya is characterized as “never hesitating to shut anyone down with her honesty and insight.” She was adopted by two guys.
In one scenario, Maya organizes a child demonstration outside the founder’s statue, when she runs into riot police. The kids shout about Richard A. Smith, the town’s founder, alleging that their history lessons are inaccurate “His legacy is a myth, Richard A. Smith!”
The riot police approach the youngsters as a guy begs them to “please put these kids in cuffs.” The youngsters chant as the police approach: “You’re wearing riot gear, why? No riot is visible in this area!”
A white guy is told by the black father of one of the children that “they’re going to arrest our babies” and that he should “do something with your white privilege.”
Florida Jolt claims that the municipality demolishes the founder’s statue and renames itself Emilyville in honor of a slave who toiled on the founder’s plantation.
The children act in a play on slavery in another episode of the program, reminding the audience that “slaves founded this country.”
The performance features arguments that President Lincoln did not release the slaves, that “white supremacy” was the foundation of America, as well as other ideas regarding the “illuminati and new world order.”
A passage from the scene is as follows:
“We, the American descendants of slaves, are entitled to compensation for their pain and must keep working to earn reparations for every second we spend immersed in the systematic racism, white supremacy, and prejudice that America was established on.”
The scenario, which promotes the “hands up, don’t shoot” message, features astonished ladies who appear to be evaluating the performance and concludes with a raucous round of applause from the crowd.
Political pundit and Tatum Report contributor Eric Butler claims that “this is meant to divide and enrage people.”
He said, “It manipulates kids; at least they’ll be outraged about racism if they’re not angry about other issues.”
The original “Proud Family” production had 52 episodes over two seasons, lasting four years. The rebooted version is currently in its second season.