La madre nera critica la teoria razziale critica alla riunione del consiglio scolastico della Florida: 'Not teaching the truth'

“Appena uscito da maggio 31, segnando il 100 anni [da] le rivolte di Tulsa, è triste che stiamo anche contemplando qualcosa come la teoria critica della razza, where children will be separated by their skin color and deemed permanently oppressors or oppressed in 2021,said mom Keisha King.

King’s comments came after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis asked the school board to pass a rule banning CRT and associated ideas in schools.

That is not teaching the truth,” King added, “unless you believe that Whites are better than Blacks.

IL CONSIGLIO PER L'EDUCAZIONE DELLA FLORIDA APPROVA DESANTIS’ REGOLA CHE DIVIE LA TEORIA CRITICA DELLA GARA

She went on to dispute the idea that CRT wasracial sensitivity or simply teaching unfavorable American history or teaching Jim Crow history.

“CRT,” lei disse, “is deeper and more dangerous than that. CRT and its outworking today is a teaching that there’s a hierarchy in society where White male, heterosexual, able-bodied people are deemed the oppressor and anyone else outside of that status is oppressed.

That’s why we see corporations like Coca-Cola asking their employees to be less White, which is ridiculous. I don’t know about you, but telling my child or any child that they are in a permanent oppressed status in America because they are Black is racist – and saying that White people are automatically above me, my children, or any child is racist as well. This is not something that we can stand for in our country.

Keisha King, Mamma della Florida, speaks out against critical race theory.

Keisha King, Mamma della Florida, speaks out against critical race theory.

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