Critical Theory

Biden Administration Appeases Latin American Enemies While Punching American Friends

The Biden administration last week rewarded Latin America’s two dictatorial regimes most vehemently opposed to American values, Cuba and Venezuela, and punished one of the last regional governments to support the United States, Guatemala. The last part was not a surprise for both of us. As we both heard from …

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Can the second-year quarterback make the jump?

March 5, 2021; Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA; Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Kellen Mond attends the House of Athlete Scouting Combine for athletes preparing to compete in the 2021 NFL Draft at Inter Miami Stadium Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports The Vikings are deepening their OTAs. It’s the time of …

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HUDSON | Critical Race Theory vs Replacement Theory | Opinion

Miller Hudson Replacement is not so much a theory as a demographic fact — but not in the way it is discussed on the right. We don’t know what Neanderthals had to say about the scruffy little humans that drove them to extinction. Raiders, immigrants and other wanderers have been …

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New poll examines political divides on race and gender issues

Policy Respondents were asked about their support for Black Lives Matter, critical race theory, same-sex marriage and other topics. The campus of the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Lane Turner / Globe Staff A national poll released by UMass Amherst and WCVB examined how different political ideologies think about race …

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Florida Targets ‘CRT,’ Social Justice in Social Studies Books

TALLAHASSEE, Florida. – While the Florida Department of Education invites proposals from textbook companies to provide social studies materials to schools, it clarifies that clear concepts such as critical race theory and social justice do not should not be included. The department is accepting bids from companies until June 10 …

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Consolidating a Distinguished Legacy of Research, Public Scholarship, and Public Engagement: The McCormack Institutes of Public and International Service (MIIPS)

The John W McCormack School of Policy and Global Studies was founded in 1983 as the John W. McCormack Institute of Public Affairs, a center for applied public policy research focused on issues of immediate concern to Boston, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the New England region, and in 1991, the …

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New faces in GOP primary seek to move Senate to the right

Last fall, Matt Edwards, a conservative activist from Hayden, sent a pledge to 105 Idaho lawmakers. By signing the declaration, lawmakers would pledge to support what he called medical freedom and privacy, election integrity and educational freedom. They would also swear not to raise taxes, suppress free speech or support …

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Covid boosters are essential for the elderly. Why aren’t more people receiving them?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 1 in 3 Americans age 65 and older who have completed their first round of vaccinations have yet to receive a first booster. The figures have appalled researchers, who note that this age group continues to be most at risk …

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Conservative Texas school board victories could embolden state GOP leaders

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to date with the most essential news from Texas. Texas voters elected a slew of conservative candidates to Texas school boards on Saturday, emboldening the state’s Republicans who are increasingly involved in nonpartisan local elections. GOP leaders describe …

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San Antonio has been lucky – so far – to avoid school board war zones, but…

San Antonio was lucky. Until now. Our school board meetings have not become bloody battlegrounds in the culture wars that have erupted in school districts across the country. With 19 independent school districts in Bexar County, we have no shortage of opportunities. And during the emotionally raw times of the …

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New theory over deaths at Bahamas resorts as screaming wife’s limbs ‘swelled’ as her husband died – Reuters

Mystery surrounds the deaths of three Americans at the luxury Sandals Emerald Bay resort in the Bahamas after people said they felt sick, but a guest offered a chilling explanation The three victims were all staying at the Sandals Emerald Bay resort in the Bahamas ( Image: Sandals) Police found …

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How prevalent was critical race, social and emotional learning theory? – WFTV

VIDEO: Florida’s Rejected Math Textbooks: How Prevalent Was Critical Race Theory, Social-Emotional Learning? Florida’s Rejected Math Textbooks: How Prevalent Was Critical Race Theory, Social-Emotional Learning? ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — The April press release was all but guaranteed to go viral. At a time of high polarization and heightened attention to …

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How a math spreadsheet about Maya Angelou became falsely associated with critical race theory

When Clint Clark joined the staff of Columbus International High School in Ohio as a 24-year-old math teacher and seminar coordinator in 2010, he knew it wasn’t going to be a traditional classroom experience. The high school, which had just opened that year, focused on diversity and international studies. Amid …

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New Mexico Lawmakers Discuss Critical Race Theory | Legislature | New Mexico Legislative Session

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Top 5 Hottest Real Time Moments With Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher has had its fair share of viral riot moments over the years. We rank our top 5 favorites as the show returns tonight. Piers Morgan and Jim Jeffries We don’t know for sure who decided to put Piers Morgan and Jim Jeffries on the same …

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Republican candidates for Idaho superintendent talk about school choice and critical race theory

On Monday night, three Republican candidates vying to be Idaho’s superintendent of public instruction sparred over issues including school choice, graduation rates and critical race theory. The candidates — incumbent Sherri Ybarra and challengers Debbie Critchfield and Branden Durst — squared off in a live debate on Idaho Public Television …

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Florida says critical race theory is in math textbooks

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — After a nearly week-long delay, the Florida Department of Education has released two examples it says confirm its rejection of dozens of math textbooks because they contained questions and exercises based on the common core or critical theory of race. , problems that opponents say are …

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Florida says math textbooks taught critical race theory

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — After a nearly week-long delay, the Florida Department of Education has released two examples it says confirm its rejection of dozens of math textbooks because they contained questions and exercises based on the common or critical core. race theory, issues that opponents say are not …

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Former McDonald’s CEO creates group to fight woke corporations

A former McDonald’s CEO credited with inventing the McNugget is now leading the charge against companies that implement wake-up call policies. Ed Rensi, who served as CEO of McDonalds from 1991 to 1997, is joining forces with conservative advocacy groups to form The Boardroom Initiative, FOX News reported. Its aim …

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Florida rejects 54 math books, saying critical race theory appeared in some | WUWM 89.7 FM

The Florida Department of Education has rejected 54 math textbooks for its K-12 curriculum, citing reasons ranging from the inclusion of critical race theory to common core learning concepts. The rejected books represent a record 41% of the 132 books submitted for review, the Florida Department of Education said in …

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Critical Race Theory Leads to Missouri High School Teacher’s Loss of Her Job

Black America Web Featured Video CLOSE The ongoing “to be or not to be” debate involving critical race theory is one that you have seen us cover many times in the past. Unfortunately, no common ground has yet been reached regarding how America’s past and current struggles against racism are …

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Senate candidate Lamb talks health insurance and inflation during campaign shutdown | News, Sports, Jobs

Rep. Connor Lamb talks to a group of people attending a political event Saturday in Williamsport. Lamb visited Democratic supporters as he seeks party nominations for the U.S. Senate in next month’s primary election. At left is Lycoming County Committee Member Dave Raker. PAT CROSSLEY/Sun Gazette …

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The 1619 Project and Critical Race Theory – Leavenworth Times

For the editor: The 1619 project is not a real story. It contains some facts to try to cover up the propaganda that it is. It’s fiction – critical race theory in a different package. The author is a far-left journalist, and dozens of real historians have pointed out the …

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Kentucky governor vetoes bill incorporating ‘anti-criticism race theory’, calling it a step backwards

Beshear vetoed the bill with a letter of veto saying, “Senate Bill 1 tries to control classroom discussions on topics such as race. These are discussions that our children have with or without adults in our schools. Prescribing a rigid approach to what needs to be ‘taught’ in these discussions …

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VMI alumni attack college DEI efforts

Diversity, equity and inclusion efforts are under attack again at the Virginia Military Institute. The latest skirmish comes months after the military college president publicly chastised an alumnus for claiming in an interview that VMI’s DEI efforts were in fact an effort to establish critical race theory on campus. VMI …

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Fox Loses LGBTQ Preferred Employer Status – Jenner Joins as Contributor

ROME — Italian Catholic Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, the Vatican’s former papal nuncio to the United States, in a 10,000-plus-word essay published Monday, accused Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky of responding to a “reform” agenda and to use his presidency to promote “LGBTQ ideology.” Vigano also took the Ukrainian leader to …

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Judge overturns motion to dismiss Missouri AG’s lawsuit against SPS over critical race theory

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – A lawsuit against Springfield Public Schools will continue after a judge denied a motion to dismiss the lawsuit earlier this week. Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt filed a lawsuit against SPS on Nov. 16 for alleged violations of the Sunshine Act. His office had previously requested …

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Montezuma-Cortez moves to new elementary curriculum – The Journal

Executive Director of University Student Services Jim Parr advises the Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 School Board March 15 that residents and teachers have reached consensus on a new elementary reading curriculum. Montezuma-Cortez School District RE-1 YouTube Teachers and the community choose from four programs; CFO concerned about cost The Montezuma-Cortez School District …

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Lawmakers pass bill to teach ‘American principles’

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky lawmakers voted Thursday to designate a set of historical documents and speeches to incorporate into classroom work — a response to the national debate over critical race theory. The Republican-dominated Senate, on a 21-15 vote, sent the education measure to Democratic Governor Andy Beshear. Other …

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Legislators tackle education bills; Topics include Full Day Kindergarten, Critical Race Theory | News

BOISE — The Idaho legislature recently grappled with education bills regarding all-day kindergarten, higher education budgets and some concerns about indoctrination. On Wednesday, March 16, the Idaho House of Representatives debated the all-day kindergarten bill, Senate Bill 1373, which would allocate an additional $46 million to early reading programs. Rep. …

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South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem Signs Critical Race Theory Bill

PIERRE, SD (KELO) — Universities and colleges under the control of the South Dakota Board of Regents will no longer be able to require students to attend orientations and training based on what Governor Kristi Noem defines as critical theory of race. HB 1012 was signed into law Monday along …

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Stacey Abrams: 2022 elections are an “urgent moment” for Georgia

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams implored voters to show up at an “urgent time” for Columbus and Georgia, vowing to expand Medicaid and veto any anti-LGBTQ legislation if elected. Abrams spoke for about 19 minutes Friday morning at downtown restaurant Jarfly before taking questions from members of the public and …

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Beto O’Rourke speaks out against critical race theory in schools

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Texas gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke has become one of the first Democratic Party leaders to speak out explicitly against critical race theory (CRT) in schools. O’Rourke addressed a crowd from Texas to Victoria on Friday, where he was asked about the suitability …

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Anti-Russian bias exposes flaws in critical race theory and intersectionality | VICTOR JOECKS

If you substituted “China” or “Islam” for Russia, the mainstream national media would denounce the racist reaction to the war in Ukraine. Since Russian President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, now is a bad time to own a business associated with Russia. Or anything else that the ignorant associate with Russia. …

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What will the anti-CRT bill do? Not much – Daily Leader

The two legislative Republicans who championed the anti-criticism race theory bill in the Senate and House have said it all: Conservative out-of-state media outlets inspired the Mississippi bill, it wouldn’t little to change or limit education in public schools, and his passage was largely a token gesture for Republican voters …

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A group of activists stop in Loudoun during the popular convoy

The Moms for America group pulled their truck out of the popular DC-bound convoy to hold a Loudoun County in Ashburn on March 5. The group, led by conservative activist Kimberly Fletcher, says it is “reclaiming our culture for truth, family, freedom and the Constitution.” Fletcher was subpoenaed by the …

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Letter: Critical Race Theory Teaches Children to Hate | Letters

Racial criticism thory teaches kids to hate Teaching a child to hate is abuse, regardless of the excuse for doing so. The child is injured for life. Hate must find an outlet: someone to hurt, something to destroy. Yet SB 5044, signed by Governor Jay Inslee last year, is accelerating …

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Youngkin administration releases report on ‘concepts of division’ in Virginia schools

RICHMOND, Va. – The administration of Republican Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin has canceled a series of policies, memos and other resources related to diversity, equity and inclusion that it called “discriminatory concepts and dividers” in the state’s public education system. In an interim report released Friday, Superintendent of Public Instruction …

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School board candidates against the founder of critical race theory at the polls

Mill River Union Secondary School in Clarendon. Photo MRUHS In the weeks leading up to Town Meeting Day, a wave of anti-mask mandates and anti-“critical race theory” candidates from across Vermont made bids for school board seats. But according to results released Tuesday night, many of those candidates failed to …

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Grace Lavery ‘terrified’ after so-called ‘gender critics’ target her mother

Grace Lavery has pulled out of scheduled debates ahead of her UK tour after several “gender sensitive activists” harassed her mother online. (Instagram/@grace.lavery.pangolin) The mother of trans author and teacher Grace Lavery has been harassed online by a swarm of so-called ‘gender critics’ on Twitter. Lavery – who is an …

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Reviews | New Poll Shows What Americans Think About ‘Critical Race Theory’

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ALLIE BROOKS: Black American History, Critical Race Theory, and Truth | Opinion

Mari Matsuda, a law professor at the University of Hawaii who was an early developer of critical race theory, says: “The problem isn’t bad people, the problem is a system that reproduces poor results.” Professor Kimberle W. Crenshaw, a pioneering scholar and writer on critical race theory at Columbia Law …

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Olympic swimmer coaches overseas

By Carlena Knight [email protected] olympic swimmer Karin Browne will focus on the coaching aspect of the sport as she joined the Waterloo Varsity Swim Team at the University of Waterloo in Canada as an assistant coach. The news was revealed on the school’s Department of Recreational and Leisure Studies Facebook …

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Noem Talks Haugaard’s Anti-Abortion Bill, Critical Race Theory, and Marijuana

SIOUX FALLS, SD (Dakota News Now) – At Thursday’s press conference, Governor Kristi Noem spoke about a number of topics, including Rep. Steve Haugaard’s proposed anti-abortion amendment, marijuana in South Dakota and changes to its critical theory of race. invoice. Noem reacts to Haugaard’s proposed anti-abortion amendment State Rep. Steve …

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Faith leaders and educators urge lawmakers to reject bills undermining Kansas schools

TOPEKA — A coalition of Kansas religious leaders and education advocates is calling on lawmakers to reject legislation being drafted to ban or restrict the teaching of the racial history of the United States. More than 50 people gathered on the first floor of the Topeka Capitol on Tuesday to …

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Critical Race Theory in Mississippi, Explained

What is Critical Race Theory? According to the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, critical race theory is an academic framework used to analyze the systemic impact of racism on society. Critical race theory focuses on the social, political, and economic intersections with race and the institutions that continue to …

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University president Edward Waters says critical race theory backlash and HBCU bomb threats are linked – Reuters

Edward Waters President Dr A. Zachary Faison Jr. Photo: Danielle Prieur This month’s bomb threats against more than a dozen HBCUs, including 2 in Florida, are blamed on minors with ties to a violent neo-Nazi group. University President Edward Waters says political discourse around critical race theory is radicalizing people. …

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Homeschooling Can Save Kids From Critical Race Theory and Masks – OpEd – Eurasia Review

The introduction of politicized educational ideas such as “critical race theory” into the public school curriculum is a major reason for the decline of American public school systems. In many schools, political curricula have crowded out what many parents see as the main purpose of schools – educating students in …

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Africa Institute in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates appoints new faculty and fellows and launches creative writing fellowship program

The Africa Institute in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates — a center for research, documentation and study of Africa and its diaspora — announced seven new faculty appointments, fellows from its fellowship program fellowship, its inaugural class of Global Africa Translation Fellows and the launch of a new Creative Writing Fellowship …

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This law can help parents expose critical race theory in schools, conservative group says | News

A A conservative legal group is urging parents to use their rights under a little-known 1974 law that gives parents wide leeway to review the public school curriculum and opt out of routine surveys used by third-party contractors . America First Legal has described in a guide how parents can …

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WPP’s Theory of Gain Named a Leader in Marketing Measurement

NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Gain Theory, a global foresight consultancy that accelerates the growth of ambitious brands, has been named Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Marketing Measurement and Optimization Solutions, Q1 2022. The Forrester MMO Wave evaluates and benchmarks leading marketing measurement and optimization vendors against …

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Is anti-racist education racist? Experts see echoes of segregation in latest trial | Education

With the state embroiled in a controversy over systemic racism in schools, a lawsuit against Albemarle County Public Schools could turn the area into a battleground. The lawsuit takes aim at Albemarle County Schools’ plan to eliminate racism and close long-standing achievement gaps between groups of students. Five Albemarle families …

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Did eating meat make us humans? A new study complicates the theory of evolution

The first primate look like modern humans, Homo sapiens that is to say was homo erectus, an ancient hominid that evolved in Africa about 2 million years ago. H. erectus was taller than the archaic hominids that preceded it, but they also had longer legs, shorter arms, and larger brains. …

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School board candidate takes on LGBTQ books, Critical Race Theory

With the Tulsa Public School Board District 7 headquarters open, one candidate hopes to charm voters with his far-right beliefs. Former District Attorney Tim Harris comes forward with a platform filled with hateful rhetoric. Linking Hillary Clinton to Saul Alinsky and anti-capitalist sentiment, Mr Harris appeared disgusted by a book …

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Wisconsin Senate to Pass Critical Race Theory Ban | Wisconsin News

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin public schools would be banned from teaching students and training employees on concepts like systemic racism and implicit bias under a Republican bill the state Senate was set to send Governor Tony Evers on Tuesday. Democratic Evers will almost certainly veto the measure, which the …

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Moms for Liberty Accuses Brevard Teachers of Critical Race Theory Training

Support local journalism. Unlock unlimited digital access to floridatoday.com. Click here and subscribe today. Despite facing anger from a group of conservative parents over what they claim is racist training, Brevard public school officials show no signs of reconsidering a summer program so far. to teach staff about social and …

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Black Mississippi senators protest vote on race theory bill

The bill’s main sponsor, Republican Senator Michael McLendon de Hernando, who is white, said hundreds of voters told him they heard about the theory on the national news and they didn’t want it. it is taught to their children. McLendon struggled to define critical race theory when asked about it. …

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Florida colleges are embracing critical race theory, new report finds

A new report of 520 colleges and universities in Guillaume Jacobsonlaw professor who teaches Cornell Universityfound that 236 of these schools have adopted critical race theory (CRT). These schools have mandated CRT courses or training for students, faculty, and staff. CRT claims that many American institutions are systematically racist and …

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More Than Masks and Critical Race Theory – 3 Tasks You Should Be Ready to Do Before You Report to the School Board

When people show up at the school board these days, they’re often motivated to campaign on a controversial topic. That’s according to Ballotpedia, a non-profit organization that tracks political elections in the United States. In an analysis of school board elections in 463 school districts in 2021, the organization found …

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Honor Martin Luther King Jr. today by rejecting critical race theory

OPINION: Having fled communist Cuba as a political refugee, I grew up in a school system that created a false reality through Marxism. Castro’s regime tried to mold us into what Che Guevara called the ‘new man and new woman’ – who could reform their ‘individual conscience’ to rid themselves …

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Namdeo Dhasal and his irreplaceable grammar of social change

The anti-caste school of thought arises and evolves around a rejuvenating humanism. The radical anti-caste movement and its philosophy have greatly influenced other social movements in various ways. The Dalit Panther Movement (DPM) is the most popular among others. This movement and its members not only helped to fundamentally change …

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The Race War – Byline Times

Sian Norris and Heidi Siegmund Cuda look at what happened on January 6, 2021 at the United States Capitol and investigate how the insurgents’ white supremacist goals led to a far-right takeover education policy “This is America,” one man shouted into the camera during the January 6, 2021, attempted insurrection. …

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Does the CRT make white students feel bad? Try to be a black student

Patrick remembers the horror he felt as a little kid entering a suburban school district. He took the bus to school at the start of the school year with an armed law enforcement officer standing near his seat. He often fixed the firearm in the officer’s holster. Through his window, …

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Byrne & Local Parents Oppose Taxpayer Funding Linked to DCI Initiatives

Putnam County Deputy and Executive Candidate Kevin Byrne Assembly Member Kevin Byrne held a press conference last month to call on the NYS Department of Education (NYSED) to drop all efforts to tie state financial aid to school districts firmly recommended, but very controversial.“Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DCI) Framework and …

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Data confirms link between respiratory stress

Constant metabolic report found in 133 species of Chinese marine and freshwater fish provides new evidence to support the idea that fish become sexually active – and reproduce for the first time – in response to induced respiratory stress through growth. Using the maximum size and the average size at …

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Most Popular City & State Items for 2021

Last year will be a pretty tumultuous year for politics in Pennsylvania, which has given us a lot of information to pass on to our loyal City & State readers. Much like the previous year, COVID-19 has left readers yearning for more information on how national and local authorities are …

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Fort Bend’s New ISD Superintendent Discusses Critical Race Theory, Social Media Threats, and COVID Rules

Christie Whitbeck became the new superintendent of the Fort Bend Independent School District in September – a difficult time for education officials amid the pandemic. Whitbeck was Bryan ISD Superintendent for almost five years and was previously at Fort Bend ISD as Assistant Superintendent for four years. Whitbeck recently sat …

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Representative Byron Donalds Talks to NBC’s Meet the Press Panel on Critical Race Theory: “This is not true at all”

Outnumbered – Wednesday, December 29 In today’s episode, Brian Brenberg is “outnumbered” as President Biden has fewer polls than Vice President Kamala Harris “. Additionally, public health officials are under fire for their response to protests during the pandemic. Rep. Byron Donalds, R-Fla., Appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to …

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Letter: An attack on critical race theory is an attack on all Americans | Letters

An attack on critical race theory is an attack on all Americans A Patriot is proud of our American history and can’t wait to teach our children everything: the good, the bad, and the ugly. E pluribus unum, among many others, un. A descendant of the Mayflower experiences America differently …

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Spin Control: farewell to 2021 and some of its ups and downs

The year started with such high hopes. After all, 2020 was so bad, its replacement had to be better, right? It was better in some ways but worse in others, that’s about how the years go. But looking back from the perspective of the past 51 weeks, here is Spin …

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In Downingtown, parents denounce critical breed theory with public petition – Daily Local

DOWNTOWN – July was hot. Still, the weather brought in heatwaves that were lighter than an average school board meeting in America last summer. In Downingtown, people have spoken out against the controversial Critical Race Theory and the hiring of a new Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. A petition …

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Texas Abortion Law Boosts Mimic Gun Laws, Critical Race Theory

A gun rights group warned the Supreme Court in late October that adherence to Texas’ so-called vigilante anti-abortion law would have serious consequences for other constitutionally protected activities. “The most helpful way to appreciate the importance of this case is to stop seeing it as an abortion case and recognize …

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Noem Draft Law Banning Critical Race Theory in Schools | national news

(The Center Square) – South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem has drafted legislation that would prohibit South Dakota schools and universities from teaching Critical Race Theory (CRT), according to a press release from his office. The bill comes months after the governor signed a Executive Decree which banned CRT in schools …

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The Critical Racial Theory Debate Is Damaging Students In A Way You May Not Have Considered

The fabricated struggle to keep critical race theory out of our Tennessee public schools has opened the door to a real threat: a toxic environment that undermines teachers and threatens the very stability of our school systems. Need proof? The heated debates over critical race theory at school board meetings …

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DOE selects physicists from W&M to solve critical component of quantum computing

A team of theoretical quantum physicists from William & Mary have partnered with materials scientists to develop a new tool to solve one of the main obstacles on the way to quantum computing. Left to right: Graduate students Joseph Cuozzo, Trey Anderson, Jaeyeong Lee and Associate Professor of Physics Enrico …

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Ted Cruz Releases E-Book Teaching ‘Defense’ Against Critical Race Theory

As Texas school districts challenge books for teaching so-called critical race theory, Sen. Ted Cruz has released a how-to guide for conservatives considering running for school boards. The book describes how to “fight” against the academic setting to be taught in K-12 education. The Republican Senator recently released his free …

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Clear Creek ISD Superintendent Eric Williams addresses critical racial theory claims

Clear Creek ISD Superintendent Eric Williams addressed a group of parents and community members who called for his resignation at Monday’s board meeting. “Our focus is not on critical race theory,” Williams reiterated after overhearing the audience at the meeting, addressing the crowd. “It’s not in our curriculum or in …

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Ron Lora: the hysteria over critical race theory is misplaced

Imagine you dreamed of a faraway country with a multicultural population, but a majority group that coexisted with a minority population. There was some overlap of interests, but the minority was generally treated unfairly. They aroused suspicion, especially in certain public spaces. They found it more difficult to get loans, …

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Critical Race Theory and the Complicated Arc of American History

A prominent 19th century historical figure has publicly declared slavery “a stain on our national character.” Abraham Lincoln? Frédéric Douglass? John Brown? No. Roger Brooke Taney who, as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, authored the infamous 1857 Dred Scott decision denying African Americans citizenship rights …

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Group IRS File Reveals Link Between Right-Wing Black Money and “Critical Race Theory” media hysteria

A recently released IRS brief for the right-wing activist group Parents Defending Education (PDE), which was founded to promote the ongoing fear campaign against the supposed teaching of “critical race theory” in schools, reveals the symbiotic relationship between the right-wing media echo chamber and conservative political activists stoking a cultural …

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Taxpayer-funded critical race theory training program draws criticism

By CASEY HARPER THE PRINCIPAL JOURNALIST OF THE SQUARE CENTER (The Center Square) – Critics question taxpayer-funded fund program which trains students in the critical theory of race. The backlash comes after The Center Square uncovered federal Department of Education grant documents that showed the federal government has awarded millions …

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Poor critical communication | Coeur d’Alene Press

The Idaho education official said there was a communication problem when she told local Republicans that the Coeur d’Alene school district was one of the “worst offenders” in the city. teaching of critical race theory. State Superintendent of Education Sherri Ybarra made the comment during a 15-minute presentation Nov. 23 …

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Readers ring the bell: Why Critical Race Theory is Necessary, Stolen Elections, and the Airlines’ Outlier Assumptions | first words | Orlando

¶ Rubio and Scott: “Stop finalizing the redistribution” My name is Shirley and I have lived in Florida all my life. I was absolutely appalled at the boastful and arrogant propensity to cheat in the face to win shenanigans at work to keep some of us the people from voting. …

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Superintendent Says Detroit Schools “Use Critical Race Theory”

The Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD) superintendent said earlier this month that schools in his district “make deep use of critical race theory,” saying students need to educate themselves on historic injustice in the states. – United “to better understand who they are”. Superintendent Nikolai Vitti made the remarks …

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Critical Race Theory Supporter Nikole Hannah-Jones Uses Project 1619 to Charge “Exorbitant” Speaking Fees: Criticism

Public school teacher Ramona Bessinger says she is harassed for speaking out against critical race theory. While Nikole Hannah-Jones’ new book tops some bestseller lists, she used Project 1619 as a platform to charge what one reviewer calls “exorbitant” speaking fees in schools across Canada. country. His book, “The 1619 …

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New Form of McCarthyism Takes Cancerous Roots in New Jersey Body Politics | Opinion

By Alan J. Steinberg I grew up in the 1950s. The fear of the kitchen table expressed at the time was that of McCarthyism, named after infamous Wisconsin senator Joseph R. McCarthy. The word McCarthyism had many connotations, but more importantly, it referred to the crusade of McCarthy and his …

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Views of the valley: Me? In a fight? Let’s learn from the breed in history, let’s not get angry | New

Now, I usually mind my own business when I overhear a conversation, but that wasn’t the case last week in the YMCA pool while I waited for my water aerobics class to start. I warmed up slowly and listened lazily to a conversation between a man and a woman walking …

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Project 1619 book may still be in school libraries, despite critical prohibitions in state racial theory: expert

Even though states like Florida and Texas have banned the teaching of certain concepts related to critical race theory in public school classrooms, some legal experts believe that school libraries can still stock books that promote the concept, the historical accuracy of which has been widely regarded as inaccurate. William …

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Critical Race Theory Debates Drown Student Learning Experiences

A Black Lives Matter anti-racist rally at the Vancouver Art Gallery on May 31, 2020 (GoToVan / Wikimedia Commons) “Journey to Justice: A Critical Race Theory Primer” is a joint initiative between Mrs. magazine, the National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) and the Karson Institute for Race, Peace & Social Justice. …

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Counterpoint: The real flaw of CRT is that it is not revolutionary enough

Apparently, I hadn’t realized that decades ago I should have been discouraged at the thought of accomplishing anything. This is what Mitch Pearlstein suggests in “Making sense of the debates on CRT and ‘systemic racism'” (Opinion Exchange, November 13). African Americans of my generation, says Pearlstein, who believed in what …

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New law banning critical race theory applied to local school boards

Bill defines Critical Race Theory as “the theory that racism is not simply the product of individual acquired prejudice or prejudice, but that racism is systematically entrenched in American society and the United States legal system. to facilitate racial inequality ”. So what impact does this have on what is …

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Texas Governor Candidate: Whistleblower Alleges “Critical Racial Theory Indoctrination” at State Agency

A The whistleblower has revealed information about a Texas state agency that forced “critical indoctrination of racial theory” among employees, according to Texas candidate for governor Don Huffines. The anonymous whistleblower, identified only as an employee of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, shared the material with the …

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