“We cannot create an unsafe environment at our pool, nor can we create a situation where any of our residents feel unsafe or unwelcome at our pool,” they said. So he’s fired.
A parent-led rebellion against critical race theory is storming school boards across the country and demanding accountability for what is being taught to American children. At least 165 local and national groups have formed to combat CRT instruction in schools across the U.S.
“Basically,” Brenda Lebsack adds, “whoever does not agree with the union’s ideology, including students, was compared to the KKK. This intolerant, extremist, union-promoted viewpoint will create hostile school environments for many students and school employees. It’s dangerous, it’s hateful, and it’s exclusive.”
Adm. Michael M. Gilday told the House Armed Services Committee that Kendi’s controversial book “How to Be an Antiracist” would lead to “a better Navy” by promoting more discussion on racism in America.
Using the laughably naive slogan “equity” at every turn, Vermont’s Gov. Phil Scott and his bevy of enlightened “woke” white progressives are unveiling a broad effort to implement “equity” in Vermont, whether the citizenry likes it or not.
On June 16 in Rutland, Vermonters For Vermont will host a town hall discussion of critical race theory in Vermont’s public schools. A variety of speakers will lead, including John Klar and Essex-Westford School District Board member Liz Cady.
Vermont’s Farm to Plate program has offered up yet another example of the fictional absurdity, and blatant unconstitutionality, of the government’s effort to use the race card to subjugate Vermonters into submission.
“I don’t know about you, but telling my child or any child that they are in a permanent oppressed status in America because they are black is racist, and saying that white people are automatically above me, my children or any child is racist as well,” Keisha King said.
Four social justice leaders on Monday joined a meeting organized by Alliance for a Better Vermont to advance social justice causes, and the discussions included how to respond to the increasing pushback from Vermonters who don’t share their views on racism.
Even more than teaching theories on gender identity or climate change, critical race theory raises basic questions about our philosophy of public education.
Last week the GOP-controlled Senate approved a two-year $13.5 billion budget that included a provision prohibiting teaching about systemic racism and sexism in public schools and state-funded programs.
Vermonters for Vermont Initiative (V4V) announced today that they will host a public town hall Informational on public schools’ teaching of equity — better known as Critical Race Theory (CRT) — in the the classroom.