Critical Race Theory
Martin County School District in Florida is investigating a photo at Hidden Oaks Middle School where white students spelled out the N-word as anti-CRT state Republicans are silent about it.
Charlottesville mother Melissa Riley is among other plaintiffs suing the Albemarle County School Board because she blames an anti-racism curriculum for making her biracial son identify as "just a Black man." She said it has caused "racial issues" in her home.
Why aren't Republican lawmakers across America scrambling to ban "Great Replacement Theory" (also called "White Replacement Theory") from institutions of learning amid the mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, committed by Payton S. Gendron?
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill into law Monday establishing a new state holiday known as “Victims of Communism Day,” which requires students to learn about communist regimes. But it's really just part of Florida Republicans' anti-woke agenda.
The Florida Department of Education has announced it has rejected dozens of math textbooks submitted by publishers because they "contained prohibited topics" including critical race theory. Gov. Ron DeSantis thanked the department for the effort.
The Tennessee legislature passed House Bill 2670, which would “prohibit a public institution of higher education from taking certain actions with regard to divisive concepts and the ideologies or political viewpoints of students and employees.”
Keisha Russell, Associate Counsel with First Liberty Institute, spoke at Supreme Court confirmation hearing for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to deny systemic racism, denounce critical race theory, and claim that both would make Jackson a biased justice.
It's one thing to disagree with and clarify points of contention with a given nominee. It Is entirely different to inject debunked claims and distortions into the confirmation process.
Looking to score cheap points, the GOP equated a Black woman with liberal leanings as being the boogeyman Republicans claim is destroying America.
During the "lesson" at J.S. Waters School in Goldston, North Carolina, Black students were reportedly "sold" by white students presumably to demonstrate what went on during the trans-Atlantic slave trade. But why, though?
Mississippi's Republican-controlled House voted 75-43 to pass Senate Bill 2113, an anti-CRT that bans schools and colleges from teaching that any “sex, race, ethnicity, religion or national origin is inherently superior or inferior,” which no school actually teaches.
The Anti-Racism Act of 2022 passed the West Virginia Senate by a 21-12 vote on Wednesday and has been sent to the House. The bill prevents the teaching that any race, ethnicity, or biological sex is superior to another in public K-12 schools and colleges—which don't teach any of that.
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