Filings with the Federal Election Commission show that Haugen is a regular donor to Democrats, contributing to several campaigns including those of Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
A teacher said in a social media post that she planned to include sexually graphic books, “All Boys Aren’t Blue” and “Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe,” in her classroom library. “All Boys Aren’t Blue” has been purchased by other school libraries and promoted on reading lists.
Conservative advocacy organization FreedomWorks estimated about 70 people were packed into their Washington, D.C., headquarters on Tuesday to participate in panels they were told would teach them how to protect the integrity of American elections.
“Teachers are being given scripted questions like, ‘I wonder why many white people didn’t want black people to have an education.’ These conversations wouldn’t happen naturally among 7- and 8-year-olds, and they’re harmful.”
A pro-Antifa California public school teacher touted his efforts to radicalize his students through political indoctrination in his classroom in a conversation captured on a video and released by Project Veritas.
Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis sent a letter to the State Board Administration on Thursday requesting action be taken against Ben & Jerry’s over their decision to boycott “Occupied Palestinian Territory.”
De Blasio has been an outspoken critic of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel and reiterated that its efforts “will undermine peace in the Middle East.”
I can picture it now: the Vermont Legislature, which sends considerable money to the University of Vermont, prohibiting the UVM sports teams from participating in competitions with any state whose laws regarding civil rights, climate change, policing and social issues do not conform to Vermont’s.
“There has been speculation as to why I am leaving Rutland High, speculation that ranges from inanity to slander. I have been accused, in public, of indoctrination of students.”
A 9-year-old girl was seen on video criticizing her school board for putting Black Lives Matter posters around her school, despite a ban on political posters.
Tatiyana Ibrahim, whose child attends one of the schools in the district, criticized the school board for allowing teachers to allegedly promote Black Lives Matter, LGBTQ and anti-police ideologies in the district’s curriculum, video of the school board meeting shows.
“We hope to help young minds develop anti-racist beliefs that they will carry with them through life. We believe that we need to start at the youngest age to promote anti-racism in our youth; raising anti-racist youth is the route to changing society.”