STOP CRITICAL RACE THEORY IN GEORGIA SCHOOLS
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Parents in Georgia are rising up against Critical Race Theory. Our children are being taught that their value is the color of their skin and that white supremacy is rampant. CRT divides society into oppressors and the oppressed. It involves the shaming of white people and that people of color can't succeed on their own merit. It is teaching our children to hate each other, hate their family and hate their country.
Here is the truth about Critical Race Theory:
It divides people by race, social, and political identities rather than treating them as equal individuals.
It is rooted in the idea, and teaches children that America is irredeemably racist.
These divisions do not benefit any group of individuals, and are likely to deepen racial divisions in our country.
1619 Project - “The 1619 Project Enters American Classrooms”: https://www.educationnext.org/1619-project-enters-american-classrooms-adding-new-sizzle-slavery-significant-cost/
Buzzwords for Critical Race Theory- Social justice, equity, inclusivity, diversity, cultural proficiency, culturally responsive
CALL GOVERNOR KEMP'S OFFICE (404) 656-1776 AND YOUR LEGISLATOR AND ASK THEM TO STOP CRITICAL RACE THEORY IN GEORGIA. Ask Governor Kemp to sign an Executive Order to stop CRT in our schools.
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