WATCH THIS! Black Woman SLAMS School Board with Absolute Fire Over Critical Race Theory
One of the biggest threats to our future right now is the indoctrination of Critical Race Theory in our children.
Critical Race Theory is also being taught in other places as well and it is undoubtedly racist and breeds racism.
During a public meeting, one black woman in Virginia spoke up at a school board meeting to vehemently blast Critical Race Theory, calling it abusive, discriminatory, and racist.
The woman said, “Think twice before you indoctrinate such racist theories. You cannot tell me what is or is not racist. Look at me. I had to come down here today to tell you to your face that we are coming together and we are strong.”
Praise God for women like this. This is what we need. We need people standing up against this evil teaching. It amazes me that this even needs to be said and that people need convincing of it.
“In the words of Martin Luther King Jr., ‘I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. Now I have a dream that we will implement love, not hate, or supporting another Jim Crow’s agenda. CRT is not a ‘nice dialogue,’ it was a tactic that was used by Hitler and the Ku Klux Klan on slaveries many years ago to dumb down my ancestors so we could not think for ourselves. CRT is racist; it is abusive; it discriminates against one’s color.”
Let me educate you: An honest dialogue does not oppress. An honest dialogue does not implement hatred and injustice; it’s to communicate without deceiving people. Today we don’t need your agreement. We want action and a backbone for what we ask for today: to ban CRT.”
“We don’t want your political advertisement to divide our children or belittle them. Think twice before you indoctrinate such racist theories. You cannot tell me what is or is not racist. Look at me. I had to come down here today to tell you to your face that we are coming together and we are strong. This will not be the last greet-and-meet. Respectfully.”
If you’re a reader and would really like to learn more about the problems with Critical Race Theory, I’d recommend Voddie Baucham’s book Fault Lines.