America’s richest province becomes ground zero for Critical Race Theory in the school debate

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Parents in America’s wealthiest suburb have released attack ads to oust the Virginia school district after pledging to force Critical Race Theory on their kids, and it has been dismissed as a “Nazi tactic that is racist and offensive.”

Loudon County, Virginia, has now become ground zero in the national debate about incorporating critical race theory into the curriculum.

On Monday, ‘Fight for Our Schools’ – a group made up of dozens of parents from the wealthy enclave, where the median family income is $ 142.29 – released the attack ad on Twitter, accusing the school board of ‘contaminate our schools with critical race theory.’

Critical Race Theory (CRT) asserts that “ institutions are inherently racist and that race itself … is a socially constructed concept used by whites to advance their economic and political interests at the expense of people of color, ” said Texas. Tommy Curry, professor at A&M University.

Numerous public and private schools in the US have recently chosen to include CRT in their classes, but the decision has sparked heated discussions.

While Loudoun County public schools do not officially use CRT in their classrooms, they have pledged to push for ‘equality’ and have begun to use many of CRT’s ‘buzzwords and concepts’.

In a fiery school board meeting on Tuesday night, several parents condemned board members, including a black mother who said the idea of ​​CRT is “racist, insulting and discriminating against a person’s skin color.”

‘CRT is not an honest dialogue. It was a tactic that Hitler and the Ku Klux Klan used against slavery many years ago to dumbfound my ancestors so we couldn’t think for ourselves, ‘she said.

This parent condemned the notion that critical race theory is taught in schools in Loudoun County, Virginia at Tuesday's Board of Education meeting, saying that CRT is `` racist, insulting and discriminating against a person's skin color."

This parent condemned the idea that critical race theory is being taught in the schools of Loudoun County, Virginia at Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting, saying that CRT is “ racist, offensive and discriminatory against a person’s skin color. ”

"Each of these parents would step for a train for their children, and they will step for you too," said this parent, who is taught against CRT in schools.  'This is the battle of our lives.  We're gonna go the distance, and at the end of the day we're gonna win '

“Any of these parents would step for a train for their children, and they will step for you too,” said this parent, who is against CRT taught in schools. ‘This is the battle of our lives. We’re gonna go the distance, and at the end of the day we’re gonna win ‘

Loudoun County school board wants to include critical race theory in its curriculum, but proposal drew negative feedback and many parents want them removed

Loudoun County school board wants to include critical race theory in its curriculum, but proposal drew negative feedback and many parents want them removed

Another parent also slapped the members and the “ Facebook crowd that has grounded Loudoun County in the national run against critical race theory. ”

“Each of these parents would get on a train for their children, and they will go for you, too,” he said. ‘This is the battle of our lives. We’re going a long way, and we’re going to win at the end of the day. ‘

Monica Gill - who teaches AP Government in Loudoun County, Virginia - told Fox News this week that the school district's push for `` inclusion '' has ironically led to further divisions in her upper-class community.

Monica Gill – who teaches AP Government in Loudoun County, Virginia – told Fox News this week that the school district’s push for “ inclusion ” has ironically led to further divisions in her upper-class community.

Despite the criticism thrown at the board, some parents said they supported CRT in schools and argued that no student should be left out.

The contentious school board meeting and fiery battle in Loudoun County heated up after Monica Gill, who teaches AP Government in Loudoun County, told Fox News in mid-April that the school district’s push for “ inclusion ” has ironically led to further divisions. in crusted intercourse.

“We are told that we live in a country that suffers from systemic racism and I think that whole idea has only done harm to our community and our school since they started promoting equality.”

She told the network that teachers were told to “ disrupt and dismantle this systemic racism. ”

‘One thing is for sure, it is disturbing because there are parents who disagree with this ideology, there are teachers who disagree, there are students who disagree – and it is harmful’ , she said. .

A slide is available on the Loudoun County Public School Equity Partner websites, 'Racial Equity Tools', detailing the characteristics of 'White Supremacy Culture'

A slide is available on the Loudoun County Public School Equity Partner websites, ‘Racial Equity Tools’, detailing the characteristics of ‘White Supremacy Culture’

A public school in Loudoun County is shown.  Loudoun County is the richest county in the US with an average household income of $ 142,299.  Public schools have started there with the pursuit of 'equality', which divides parents

A public school in Loudoun County is shown. Loudoun County is the richest county in the US with an average household income of $ 142,299. Public schools have started there with the pursuit of ‘equality’, which divides parents

However, there are numerous teachers, parents and school administrators in the wealthy community who want to continue pushing for elements of CRT to be taught to children in the classroom.

According to Fox News, the school’s board members have been identified as members of the Facebook group ‘Antiracist Parents of Loudoun County’.

There are allegations that a member of the group planned to sedate parents in the community who opposed CRT by asking volunteers to “ gather information about them. ”

That claim has not been substantiated.

However, the Loudoun County Sheriff’s office confirmed to Fox News this week that an investigation has been launched into several allegations of harassment between opponents and supporters of CRT in the community’s public schools.

Members of Loudoun County’s “anti-racist parents” have been branded “chardonnay Antifa,” and critics claim they promote radical left-wing theories while still staying in their own wealthy neighborhood.

Meanwhile, Loudoun Public School held a stock meeting last week, where local teacher Andrea Weiskopf suggested that CRT opponents were racist.

“In recent weeks, a small group of Loudoun residents have showcased their racism to the nation,” she said.

“It is the duty of the school board to recognize such open and blatant racism against the students under your care.”

Loudoun public school held a stock meeting last week, where local teacher Andrea Weiskopf suggested that CRT opponents were racist

Loudoun public school held a stock meeting last week, where local teacher Andrea Weiskopf suggested that CRT opponents were racist

Numerous public and private schools in the US have recently chosen to include CRT in their classes, but the decision has sparked heated discussions.

Andrew Gutmann made national headlines after dropping his daughter from an elite private school in Manhattan over his anti-racism policies, says the resulting backlash opened his eyes to the “ cancer of the cancellation culture. ”

Gutmann, who previously spoke of attempts to “ brainwash ” his daughter at The Brearley School, said he was shocked to learn how “ pervasive and entrenched critical racing theory had become in our schools, ” in a New York Post op-ed.

“I also didn’t understand how many parents faced the same problems as our family, with narrow administrations and racist, age-appropriate and indoctrinating curricula.”

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