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Meet The Marxist Revolutionaries Behind California’s Emerging Ethnic Studies For Public Schools

California’s Democrat-controlled state legislature may pass Assembly Bill 101 into law this week. If signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom, it will mandate “ethnic studies” as a high school graduation requirement for all California public schools. “Ethnic studies” is a series of courses that focus on history, but through perspectives advocates see as “marginalized,” including black, Asian American, and Latin American/Chicano…

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Coloradan Explains How She Helped Ban CRT In Her Local Schools

Derrick Wilburn, the executive director of the Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives, made national headlines this month for an impassioned school board meeting address prior to the district outlawing critical race theory (CRT). Behind the effort is Ivy Liu, the board director. Liu, who served in the U.S. Navy and has volunteered in churches for 30 years, was elected to the…

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Legislation Is A Perfectly Valid Way To Combat Toxic Ideas Like Critical Race Theory

Liberal writer Thomas Chatterton Williams recently tweeted that “The Rufos and the KendiAngelos (sic) of the world feed off of each other’s excesses for their own benefit but not necessarily for the larger society’s. We desperately need cooler, more supple, more ambivalent, more open-minded heads to prevail.” This remark is a continuation of his coauthored New York Times op-ed arguing…

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Yes, Critical Race Theory’s Critics Know What It Is. Next, We Need To Replace It

Fighting woke radicalism can feel like punching a fog. Wokeness, for lack of a better term, is often vague and ill-defined, a jumble of ideology and activism that lacks a clear structure even as it conquers institutions and remakes society. But conservatives have found a vulnerable target in critical race theory, and we should keep hitting it, despite the complaints…

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