Dena Simmons told teachers at an education conference backed by taxpayer dollars that we “can’t let whiteness seep into us.”
Documents reviewed by The Federalist show Indiana State University has funneled a total of $95,000 to a conference featuring critical race speakers.
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.
Naperville School District 203 paid a diversity consultant, Dena Nicole Simmons, $10,500 for a 60-minute Zoom ‘keynote’ address last month – at a rate of $175 per minute.
DeSantis took aim at critical race theory, which has picked up steam since President Joe Biden rescinded a Trump order banning it in federal agencies.
A wealthy school district in Naperville, Illinois once more backs its systemic racism and equity training institute, while forcing educators to read neoracist works.
It’s not clear how a university can say it ‘accepts students of all…political leanings’ while hosting an event charging half the country with being terrorists due to the color of their skin.
Public school teachers in a high-income suburb of Chicago are ‘denouncing’ The Federalist and attacking one of its writers while affirming their support for disparate treatment of Americans based on race.
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