So long as Superintendent Millington condemns Vermont students as racists for resisting his clearly illegal conduct, the conflagration in Randolph will fester and grow. Perhaps parents must bring the matter to court to restore order and law.
Vermont is on the front lines of a constitutional battle — the entire state education apparatus has enthusiastically leaped onto the BLM bandwagon to virtue-signal its violation of voters’ basic constitutional liberties.
Following a remarkable summary of the ideology unpacked in his current bestseller “Race Marxism: The Truth About Critical Race Theory and Praxis,” Dr. Lindsay presented an award to a Vermont school board member named Elizabeth Cady.
“I’m not here tonight because of the antisemitism that has confronted us; I am here because brave Jewish people — adults, students, people connected to campus and not — came together last fall and fought against the BDS revolution that was taking place,” Wiesel said.
Superintendent Millington conceded on May 4 that the school cannot favor one group over another, then boasted that they knew this in Randolph and displayed the BLM flag anyway because most citizens didn’t know — until this 9-0 Supreme Court case.
This is more than a betrayal of public trust — it is a slanderous denigration of Vermont, and a betrayal of the supposed farming education purposes for which this nonprofit was created.
Flying the BLM flag and policing students from wearing conservative messaging on their clothes (such as “There are only two genders,” “I love Chick-fil-A,” or “Let’s Go Brandon”) while permitting free speech to liberal views, is what has seeded this conflict.
The Vermont Student Anti-Racism Network hosted an online panel discussion Thursday to discuss race relations and other topics for Vermont’s schools.
The conference, hosted by the Vermont Student Anti-Racism Network, will include a breakout space for conversations, speakers, and a presentation by VSARN students on the work they are doing to promote anti-racism in schools.
Vermont’s toxic attackers have demonstrated their true beliefs long enough. They seek to use government to cancel Vermont’s wonderful culture! These people don’t understand Vermonters, or what they are up against.
Vermont is being acculturated by acultural people. Mao’s Cultural Revolution was bent on destroying culture, not preserving it. So too is “social justice theory” focused on control and destruction, not healing or preservation.
Gov. Kristi Noem signed Executive Order 2022-02 which bans the teaching of “inherently divisive concepts.” The order lists critical race theory (CRT) as “a political and divisive ideology that teaches a distorted view” of the U.S. and its institutions.