White Supremacists Are Hell-bent on Repeating History

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Not necessarily true

"the defeat of a Black pastor who had served for 17 years on a public school board in Houston. The defeat was orchestrated by right-wing white parents opposed to Critical Race Theory and intersectionality"
Isn't it possible that the votes "against" this pastor resulted from policy disagreements? The result isn't in itself, I think, evidence of White supremacist ideas.
"there is no evidence that public high schools are teaching Critical Race Theory or intersectionality"
At the moment, there is ample evidence that teachers are receiving CRT awareness training, why would they not in turn filter those ideas into their lesson plans?

God bless you Pastor Griffen, and I pray that your inspirations will come from above through prayer and not from earthly (i.e. political, secular) places & ideas.

David Kingsworthy 29 days ago

Proof?

" there is ample evidence that teachers are receiving CRT awareness training" Unfortunately, anecdotal accounts or narrow agenda sensationalism do not constitute 'amble evidence' but only serve to incite negativity, division, confrontation and anger.

w.f. meiklejohn 28 days ago