The most prominent teachers’ union in the United States announced that it is preparing to fight against those who oppose the controversial racist indoctrination of the children in its care. It pushes against the will of the majority of citizens.
The National Education Association (NEA), which represents nearly three million employees, considers it “reasonable and appropriate” to include Critical Race Theory (CRT) in the curriculum, according to Fox News on July 4.
In addition, it will create a “team of staffers” to help teachers “fight back against anti-CRT rhetoric,” for which it will seek hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund it in all 50 states and 14,000 school districts.
“We oppose attempts to ban Critical Race Theory and/or Project 1619,” the NEA said.
The controversial Project 1619 seeks to reestablish American history from 1619, the date when African slaves arrived in Virginia.
It also seeks to approach historical events from a racist perspective, for which it is heavily criticized by numerous historians, who believe it is riddled with inaccuracies.
“The discipline is pure Marxism and anti-white, anti-U.S. racism being pushed on U.S. government employees,” warns author Jim Hoft.
For his part, author and filmmaker Christopher Rufo has extensively denounced the imposition of CRT and sought support from the federal government to counter the hateful and racist indoctrination.
In an interview with Tucker Carlson, he laid out his concerns, and some of it I attach to one of his tweets from Sept. 1.
“As I told Tucker Carlson tonight: I call on President Donald Trump to immediately issue an executive order abolishing critical race theory from the federal government. There is no place for this toxic, divisive, pseudoscientific ideology in our public institutions,” he wrote.
Indeed, then-President Trump banned the indoctrination of government employees within the same month.
However, shortly after that, the Biden administration pushed this racist theory on government employees and classrooms.
This indoctrination creates an environment of hatred and “reverse discrimination,” which generates segregation cases of members of the majority group, whites, in favor of members of the minority, blacks.
Such cases are increasingly visible, especially since leftist ideologies, such as Black Lives Matter (BLM), which imparts the idea of confrontation and hatred against whites, get into the mix.
The theory carries deep contradictions for some analysts, as summarized by Twitter user author Ava Armstrong in one of her posts.
“The Left believes people who have never owned slaves should pay slavery reparations to people who have never been slaves. Don’t buy into “Critical Race Theory”—it’s all B/S. STOP letting them create the narrative,” she wrote.
For their part, parents have clashed with school boards across the country in recent months over the role of race-centered materials in classrooms.
In this regard, most voters surveyed, 61%, reject the indoctrination of children on the controversial theory that the country is “structurally racist,” pushed by progressives and the Biden administration.