Sam Adofo: Teaching Liberty in School Today Is More Critical Than Ever

No doubt Critical Race Theory and Gender theory has covertly seeped in and taken over our schools, and everyday Americans are fighting back. This pushback is good because students should not be taught radical racial theory and incoherent gender theory. However, what is the alternative? It is easy to support jettisoning CRT and gender theory, but without a set alternative we leave the teaching of history to college graduates who increasingly believe in the teachings of Howard Zinn and the 1619 project. The curriculum we should put forward should be one of liberty. 

Teachers Union Official Steps Down From South Kingstown School Committee After Massive Public Outcry on Student Indoctrination

Union director Sarah Markey officially resigned from the South Kingstown School Committee on Monday after a national outcry against the unfair treatment of Nicole Solas. Solas is a mother concerned about the far-left indoctrination of students in public schools being orchestrated by CRT advocates.

Travis Rowley: This Is What Indoctrination Looks Like

A lot is being said these days regarding Critical Race Theory, an unfamiliar term for most of us. But CRT is basically what we have been tolerating for the past 30 years – throughout the culture now, but certainly concentrated inside the universities at first. Volumes of books have already been written about the subject, serving as warnings of what’s to come if the Left’s political correctness wasn’t seriously confronted.

Travis Rowley: It’s Simple, “Anti-Racist” Means “Racist”

The “anti-fascists” (Antifa) take thuggishly to the streets to maim people who are protesting big-government tyranny. And the “anti-racists” – often under direction of Critical Race Theory – come to all types of broad conclusions based entirely on the color of people’s skin.

Critical Race Theory In Chariho Public Schools

Rhode Island residents Polly Hopkins and Robert Foster met when they were students at Chariho High School in Wood River Junction, RI back in the 90s. Members of the same group of friends, they enjoyed playing sports and hanging out. Now they’ve come together again over another shared concern; the Critical Race Theory curriculum gaining momentum in public schools across Rhode Island.