The first thing I recall was the sheer volume of material. A single agency produced nearly 1,000 pages of documents on ‘unconscious bias’ training alone.
A Colorado Springs school board banned critical race theory from being taught after a black father gave an impassioned speech against it.
Sally Satel, a prominent psychiatrist, said “anti-racism” training has become “impossible to ignore” in the counseling field.
A propaganda outlet controlled by the Chinese Communist Party aired a video promoting critical race theory to American children.
The ACLU is warning schools that teaching CRT is necessary to avoid creating a racially hostile environment. Yet singling out children as inherently racist is grounds for a lawsuit — and they’ve already begun.
The professional conservative movement should be moving massive amounts of money to support parents’ efforts and harden them as a target of this leftist onslaught.
Rather than trying to reform an educational system that has betrayed us, we should starve it of access to its favorite fodder: our children.
House Democrats killed a Republican bill that would’ve banned the use of taxpayer money for critical race theory in schools and the military.
Without completely banning any mention of critical race theory in classrooms, Pillen’s resolution seeks to bar teachers from imposing it on their students.
Months of pushing critical race theory into classrooms across the country may threaten the Democratic Party’s electoral viability.
A public school teacher who would’ve described herself as an ‘anti-racist’ attempted to justify the rhetoric of genocide in an article that argued for the genetic inferiority of white people.
‘They have done what they usually do, which is elaborate wordplay. This is one more attempted hoodwink in public,’ says Peter Wood, president of the National Association of Scholars.
Menders may be the president of the largest Republican women’s club in Virginia, but she joined the fight against critical race theory as a parent.
A Virginia parent-teacher association official was asked to resign after she said ‘let them die’ in response to people protesting critical race theory.
‘It’s been very quiet and suppressed and discreet behind the scenes. And now they’ve been wide open with all of it,’ says a working mom of Loudoun schools’ political activism with public resources.
Opponents of critical race theory must offer an alternative vision that doesn’t just deny its language, but opposes the whole culture that gives rise to it.
When elites implement policies based on questionable theories, common people vote them out. That is a sign that the marketplace of ideas and the constitutional republic is working.