Il funzionario della contea della Virginia sostiene il consiglio scolastico sulla teoria della razza critica, chiama l'opposizione "razzismo evoluto"

In una lettera al consiglio scolastico - una copia della quale è stata ottenuta da Fox News - il supervisore della contea di Loudoun Juli Briskman critica il distretto “basso livello di coscienza razziale” and describes resistance to the CRT curriculum asracism evolved.

Being on the right side of history isn’t always easy,” Briskman writes, in an apparent attempt to buck up the spirits of board members as they deal with community outrage.


Briskman’s letter is dated Tuesday, though it’s unclear whether the letter was written before or after Tuesday’s raucous Loudoun County school board meeting – which included a fiery speech from Fairfax County teacher Lilit Vanetsyan, who urged parents to push back against any lesson plans for their children that they don’t agree with.

Vanetsyan accused proponents of CRT of attempting to turn local school districts intoindoctrination camps,” with White students taught tohate yourself because of your skin color.

The recent events in Loudoun County, located northwest of Washington, D.C., reflect growing tensions across the U.S. between schools and families, claims Ian Prior, executive director of and a former Justice Department official in the Trump administration.

What you’re seeing is a competition now between school and family, and if the school doesn’t like what the family is doing, they will not hesitate to take on that role and really cause havoc within a family,” Prior told Fox News.

Prior said he agrees that society needs to reevaluate the past from time to time, as society evolves and learns from mistakes. But trying to update a children’s book about a figure like Christopher Columbus might not be the best place to start, Egli ha detto.

Everybody recognizes that history comes with a lot of different … complicating factors … like something that happened 700 years ago that we’re trying to judge today,” Egli ha detto, “and that there’s certainly a place to sort of reevaluate how things happen. There is a time and a place for that. But that time and place is not second grade, because now I have to deal with the fact that my daughter thinks that I read books to her about murderers.

luglio Briskman (Contea di Loudoun, Va., sito web)

luglio Briskman (Contea di Loudoun, Va., sito web)

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