People are waking up to the real threat posed by critical race theory and how it is affecting school-age children.
History is made on the margins by ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
The fight against CRT in our schools requires unlikely heroes to step up all over the country.
We need 10,000’s of parents to fight back in counties and states across America.
This is one story. pic.twitter.com/gAkVOmk9tY
— Jack Murphy 🇺🇸 ⚔️ (@jackmurphylive) July 14, 2021
AMAZING: Parents are standing up to CRT! https://t.co/6jlghMW1o2
— PragerU (@prageru) July 10, 2021
Parents have swarmed school board meetings to rail against "CRT." Teachers we spoke to say they've hardly heard of it. https://t.co/dSxw4b8jnf
— HuffPost Parents (@HuffPostParents) July 14, 2021
The Epoch Times reported:
“Critical race theory” (CRT) and ideologies related to it have become embedded in U.S. school systems. The doctrine that America is fundamentally racist so all social interactions must, paradoxically, be viewed racially has created a polarizing “culture of intimidation” that can lead to peer and teacher-led shaming of those who disagree, say angry parents.
Increasingly, parents are organizing and speaking out at school board meetings about what is being done with their tax dollars and to their children. For example, a group called Purple for Parents, says it is “dedicated to empowering parents to get involved in their children’s education, taking charge of their rights as taxpayers and having access to the best schools the state has to offer.”
Anti-CRT Speech Goes Viral
Few parents have had the mesmerizing effect of 39-year-old Ty Smith, who spoke out against CRT at a school board meeting in Bloomington, Illinois, in early June. His one-liners like: “How do I have two medical degrees if I’m sitting here oppressed?” and “How am I now directing over folks that look just like you guys in this room right now? How? What kept me down? What oppressed me?” went viral in a social media video that, at least temporarily, upset the CRT apple cart.
Don’t Call it Hardship
Two terms that Smith doesn’t appreciate being associated with racism are “hard” and “hardship” because they have negative connotations that suggest barriers that can’t be overcome. “I went to college from 7 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., then practiced track from 1 to 3, then worked in a furniture warehouse from 4:30 to 11 and then went home to my sons. While I was rocking them to sleep, I had a book in the other arm. It was not ‘hard’—it was time-consuming.”
Smith says he feels the same about school subjects like calculus and trigonometry—everyone has “potential” and can learn them. “Personally, I am a visual learner so I learn best looking at pictures. I did not realize how well I could learn until I got to college because in high school I mostly did sports. Everyone can learn and what they call attention deficit I call boring teaching.”
Explicit Sexual Education Taught Too Early
Parents should especially be aware of a proposal in Illinois, called SB 818, that could require sex education at too early an age, said Smith. According to Ralph Rivera of the Christian Pro-Family Alliance, the proposed legislationcould teach children as young as eight about “romantic sexual feelings, masturbation” and “the potential role of hormone blockers on young people who identify as transgender.”
The left is in an all-out war to brainwash our youth. The idea behind CRT is the victim and oppressor theory in which the white children are the oppressors and black and brown children are oppressed.
Do you agree that we need to put a stop to this insane, irrational CRT teachings being pushed on our children?
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