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Critical race theory is an ideology that is almost entirely subsidized by taxpayers, the theories were developed in publicly-financed and publicly-subsidized universities, and now they are being installed as ‘diversity, equity, and inclusion’ departments in every government agency in the nation. It is not an organic philosophy.It'san elite-driven, parasitic ideology whose host is the state.
Parents have a fundamental right to know what is being taught in the classroom, in a time when many public schools districts are adopting divisive and pseudoscientific ideologies such as critical race theory, parents must have open access to the curriculum, training programs, and enrichment activities. They deserve a Parent's Bill of Rights that protects their right to conscience and their children's right to a decent education that reflects their values. This is a necessary first step.
Critical race theory is a destructive ideology that has no place in medicine. Critical race theorists argue explicitly that society should discriminate on the basis of race, in the past year, we have seen medical treatment denied to members of particular racial groups, which is a flagrant violation of the Fourteenth Amendment and the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The AMA is playing with fire : if they adopt critical race theory as a guiding framework, they will elevate the principles of neoracism into medical policy.
The incident that you're referring to happened late last year, the district had received several parent complaints and followed up with an investigation.After the investigation, we believe that the material that was presented in the class was inappropriate.The Meyeholz [ sic ] principal has reached out to the parent community to explain our position, and we have communicated this determination to the teacher as well.For privacy reasons, I am unable to comment further on personnel issues.