Although its participants may not know it, our ruling class is speaking in Ibram X. Kendi’s tongue, and realizing his ‘antiracist’ vision.
Trees are racist. Hiking is racist. Your cereal box is racist. Your depictions of Santa Claus and Jesus are racist. Claiming otherwise is also racist.
Excellence is falling prey to activists who prefer to believe that social justice means making outcomes equal for every race at any expense.
Kendi suggested Justice Amy Coney Barrett was a ‘white colonizer’ for adopting children from Haiti. Apparently, he thinks we need a Department of Antiracism to stop behavior like that.
By catching kids early, and with catchy tunes, kids won’t know there are other ways of interacting in a society where race isn’t the primary factor.
Many policies outlined on the Biden-Harris platform are eerily close to the dangerous proposals put forth by ‘How To Be An Antiracist’ author Ibram X. Kendi.
‘They are my children who we love and who we brought home and made part of our family,’ Barrett said, ‘and accusations like that are cruel.’
Fairfax County spent $44,000 on promoting critical race theorist Ibram X. Kendi for this one event—almost an entire year’s salary for a first-year teacher.
The American Library Association has embraced the endgame of today’s anti-racists: skin color is more important than content of character.
Jack Dorsey either believes the $10 million gift is a worthwhile public relations expense, doesn’t fully embrace Kendi’s project, or wants to create a world in which his own companies wouldn’t exist.
Section 754 of a bill presented by House Democrats proposes to regulate names on federal property based on ‘diversity, equity, and inclusion,’ which really means discriminating by race and ethnicity.
The ‘anti-racist’ books being pushed by the American Library Association replace history with the politics of resentment and fuel the flames of anger.
There’s just enough vagueness in Kendi’s children’s book to plant the seeds for upcoming generations to push for the utopian, false ‘equity’ he seeks.
If people are only racist or ‘antiracist,’ your ideology is easy to enforce after a certain point of proliferation because people believe it’s bad for business to be on the side of alleged racism.
Sooner or later you’re going to encounter these anti-American ideas about addressing racism in your workplace, on kids’ homework, or in the faculty lounge – and you can’t be fragile when confronting it.
Bumble doesn’t just demand that users conduct themselves appropriately — it demands that users agree America is systemically racist.
For some black intellectuals today, the word ‘racism’ has become a verbal and intellectual crutch — a substitute for investigating cause and effect, the basic principle of scientific inquiry.
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