The National Education Association needs to be dismantled and repurposed from top to bottom. It has been totally taken over by cultural Marxists and social justice warriors. Is that over the top? Read on….
About the NEA from Influence Watch (emphasis added):
The National Education Association (NEA) is America’s largest labor union … with affiliates in every state across 14,000 communities, NEA represents teachers, education support professionals, retired teachers, education faculty and staff, substitute teachers, and administrators.
The NEA is a major political player, with its associated political action committees contributing nearly $143.5 million to federal candidates and committees—97% of which supported Democrats and liberals—from 1990 through February 2019. The NEA is also deeply entangled in state and local politics and is a major contributor to left-of-center nonprofit organizations.
Here is a statement of purpose from the NEA website:
The National Education Association (NEA) is more than 3 million people—educators, students, activists, workers, parents, neighbors, friends—who believe in opportunity for all students and in the power of public education to transform lives and create a more just and inclusive society.
By the way, being a white male, I looked and looked on their website front page for a picture of “people like me” (a favorite phrase of race-mongering leftists who seek to divide Americans and remake our culture and society in their own image) but could not find a single one. I did see pictures of minorities, LGBTQ people, and transgender, as well as links to “advance justice” (whose, other than leftists?), “advocate for your rights” (a little insight into American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten’s string-pulling at the CDC), “bring real change” (featuring a transgender freshman from Texas), “getting real” (aggressively pushing LBGTQ+, but nothing about STEM and real American history), etc. What’s the difference between the NEA’s cultural and political activism and BLM’s objectives or the planks in the Democrat Party (or the US Communist Party, for that matter)? None a dime’s worth of difference.
[As an aside, I happen to support “advocating for change,” too, but in a diametrically OPPOSITE direction to the blatant leftwing malarkey
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