DiAngelo was funneled $12,000 in taxpayer dollars by Ohio State University to lecture on white privilege, while contractually concealing her work and avoiding dialogue.
Students at the No 2-ranked law school in the country sent a ‘radical’ guide with advice on how to persist while learning ‘how evil the US legal system is.’
A Colorado Springs school board banned critical race theory from being taught after a black father gave an impassioned speech against it.
‘Love’s 2019 book, ‘We Want to Do More Than Survive,’ is arguably the single most comprehensive and up-to-date guide to the ideology of the CRT movement in education.’
A summer ‘Learning Guide’ published by Fairfax County Public Schools in Northern Virginia is teaching anti-police rhetoric to second graders.
Dena Simmons told teachers at an education conference backed by taxpayer dollars that we “can’t let whiteness seep into us.”
A Yale associate professor is openly calling for children to witness public sex acts in order to combat ‘racism and homophobia.’
When asked about teaching critical race theory in schools, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki spun the racist curriculum as teaching American “history.”
Chicago Public Schools is set to provide condoms to students 10 years and up this fall to enact ‘anti-racist pedagogy.’
Some grifter demanding tenure — and receiving it — based entirely on the ideological assertions shared with the Klan, is not some small thing.
Documents reviewed by The Federalist show Indiana State University has funneled a total of $95,000 to a conference featuring critical race speakers.
The article is a part of the left’s response to stinging critiques of the open racism embodied in critical race theory, which has led to Chris Rufo and others being targeted by worse journalists.
Multiple Indiana government agencies are involved in the conference pushing critical race theory, including state-funded universities. Nearly all state Republican leaders refused to comment.
Should we be shocked that a so-called journalist is criticizing a legal process used by people to understand what their own governments are doing? Absolutely not.
The bill, introduced by Wisconsin Republican Rep. Glenn Grothman, is called the ‘Ending Critical Race Theory in D.C. Public Schools Act.’
Based on two court rulings, the equity director may very well be violating the First Amendment rights of a concerned parent and community member.
To the Loudouners, this is about more than just children being taught a certain terminology. It’s about two fundamentally different visions of America.
Florida’s decision comes a month after Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis vowed to take action against critical race theory.
Parents filed a lawsuit against Virginia’s Loudoun County school board Wednesday, alleging that the board discriminates against students on the Read Full Article >
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