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.
Robin DiAngelo, the far-left author of the 2018 book ‘White Fragility’ and now ‘Nice Racism,’ said white people use comedy as an outlet to be racist.
In her new book, ‘Nice Racism,’ Robin DiAngelo once again brands all white people racist to keep profiting from making them feel guilty over being born into the ‘wrong’ skin color.
Tuesday’s filing alleges that District 65 has implemented critical race theory into school lessons, classroom procedures, and teacher training for years.
Iowa’s Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency subjected teachers to a training labeling the phrase “Make America Great Again” an example of white supremacy.
A poll released by Parents Defending Education finds that the vast majority of Americans utterly reject the anti-white racism of critical race and privilege theory.
That the U.S. justice system punished Derek Chauvin shows both the promise of America and the hollowness of critical race theory.
Street violence can’t be fixed overnight, but progress can be made when the left begins to value black lives regardless of what is threatening them.
Adm. Michael Gilday has refused to pull anti-white books from the U.S. Navy reading list, reports Fox News, despite pressure from House Republicans.
The 49-minute training video by DiAngelo, author of the book ‘White Fragility,’ is titled ‘Confronting Racism.’ It claims all white people are born racist.
To reinforce the principles that strengthen our military, the Trump administration should vigorously enforce prohibitions on critical race theory programs.
Rather than serve help heal the nation, critical race theory has proven to be poisonous to liberty, true community, and our common humanity.
Leftists are outing themselves as racists complicit in perpetuating systems of oppression. Maybe it’s time we started believing them.
The Trump administration announced it would prohibit federal agencies from subjecting staff to “critical race theory” or “white privilege” seminars.
The ‘anti-racist’ books being pushed by the American Library Association replace history with the politics of resentment and fuel the flames of anger.
Civil Rights Activist Bob Woodson tells Ben Domench the New York Times’ 1619 Project hijacks the rich legacy of the civil rights movement.
The Smithsonian blew off Republican Sen. Josh Hawley’s demand that the taxpayer-funded museum explain why the institute released racist curriculum.
Hawley noted that some ideas asserted by scholars as unique to white culture included “‘Self-Reliance,’ ‘The Nuclear Family,’ ‘Objective, racial linear thinking,’ and ‘Hard work is the key to success.'”
Legions of ‘trainers’ holding up ‘White Fragility’ are indoctrinating government agencies, corporate workforces, and schools. People subjected to it may have good grounds for a lawsuit.
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