What’s the impact of Critical Race Theory?
Reportedly, it was sent to Dana Stangle-Plowe, who — as covered by RedState’s Jeff Charles — resigned this month from D-E over its incorporation of CRT.
Dana had issued a letter of her own.
Firstly, what is Critical Race Theory?
CNN’s @donlemon on parents upset about Critical Race Theory creeping into curriculums: “That’s the whole thing about what privilege is. It’s that you — people don’t like to have their pleasure interrupted. Their peace interrupted … stop making it about you” pic.twitter.com/G1ioRhCuyo
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) June 18, 2021
Don surmised as follows:
“That’s the whole thing about what privilege is, is that you — people don’t like to have their pleasure interrupted. Their peace interrupted. And so people think that it should be the way that it should be because they have been taught that in this country.”
Chris asked, “Why wouldn’t (you) want your kid to understand the roots of slavery and the legacy of slavery? How it has played out for enslaved people, as a culture, throughout the years? Why wouldn’t you want that?’”
Gov. Ron DeSantis, on the other hand, has likened the lessons to horse hockey.
And a recent bill aimed at ending CRT in D.C. schools has a different definition than Don or Chris.
Consider the teachings it bans:
One race or sex is inherently superior to another race or sex. The United States is fundamentally racist or sexist. An individual, by virtue of his or her race or sex, is inherently racist, sexist, or oppressive, whether consciously or unconsciously. An individual should be discriminated against or receive adverse treatment solely or partly because of his or her race or sex. Members of one race or sex cannot and should not attempt to treat others without respect to race
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