The Illinois State Board of Education just approved a resolution that will incorporate “Culturally Responsive Teaching and Leading” (CRTL) standards into Illinois K-12 schools. These standards are rooted in divisive, anti-American identity politics, which water down instructional rigor, support behavior standards based on race, push students into leftist activism, and undermine the concept of objective truth. Please click on the above picture to view the video. Thanks for watching!
The Gates Foundation recently donated $3.6 million to The Educational Trust, an advocacy group behind “A Pathway to Equitable Math Instruction,” which has designed a new “anti-racist” math curriculum which is more concerned with ending so-called “white supremacy culture” than teaching students objective, linear math. Please click on the picture above to watch a video analysis of Gates’ support of this program, and his bigotry of low expectations. Thanks for watching!
Interested in a toolkit to educate yourself against the misguided movement known as “anti-racism”? Purchase my new book, “Exploring White Fragility: Debating the Effects of Whiteness Studies on America’s Schools”.
Cartoon Network’s recent anti-racism indoctrination video titled “See Color: The Crystal Gems Say Be Anti-Racist,” uses misinformation and logical fallacies to push identity politics on impressionable children. Click on the picture above to view the video. Thanks for watching!
What the Oregon Department of Education is doing to its students, especially those who need help the most, is unconscionable. Click the picture above to watch the video.
The following is an excerpt from the Federalist article by David Marcus titled, “When Progressives Say ‘Whiteness’ They Mean ‘White People’.” (Please click on the picture above to watch the companion video.)
American progressives are the masters of euphemism. They don’t “censor” books or plays; they “retire” them. They don’t “remove” lessons about the founding fathers from our kids’ curriculum; they “de-center” them. At every turn, they find some friendly-sounding phrase to obscure the illiberal and savage attacks they make on our culture. But one progressive euphemism stands out as uniquely dangerous: whiteness. . . .
What makes all of this so dangerous is that progressives are not railing against a system; they are railing against people. They are not demonizing a culture; they are demonizing people. This is why white people must confess their privilege. They must feel shame and contrition for the immoral nature of their pigmentation. Any clear-headed person can see what a dangerous game this is.
The antidote to progressive doublespeak is to say what they refuse to say. They do censor, they do remove, and yes, they do mean white people when they talk about who has to change and how to save our society. In this way, progressives regularly express good old-fashioned racism about white people and their ways under the guise of some broad investigation of that society. But do not be fooled. The next time you read about whiteness, the next time it is scapegoated into the cause of all that ails society, know what is being said. They truly believe the problem is white people.
Exploring White Fragility: Debating the Effects of Whiteness Studies on America’s Schools is the slingshot in the David vs. Goliath fight to save our schools from the polarizing and toxic tenets of Critical Race Theory and anti-racism. (Click the picture above to watch the companion video).
“Paslay’s thorough review of attitudes and actions associated with whiteness studies and racism give voice to all sides of diversity and pluralism so that we, as a nation, can continue the ongoing conversation about how to treat each other with the respect ALL humans deserve.” –Dr. Eugenia Krimmel, education professor and ESL/Bilingual education advisor at the Pennsylvania Department of Education
“This is a brave book. Paslay reveals and cuts through the endless layers of antiracist gospel which, in the name of enlightenment, leave one cohort of brown kids after another uneducated. Aspiring teachers seeking clear eyes and genuine progressivism should start by inhaling this book.” –John H. McWhorter, associate professor of linguistics and comparative literature at Columbia University
“This well-researched, well-argued, and thoughtful book provides a clear and comprehensive account of how the theory of white fragility is dividing rather than uniting American society and America’s classrooms. A must-read.” –Jonathan Church, author of Reinventing Racism: Why ‘White Fragility’ Is the Wrong Way to Think About Racial Inequality
“Paslay provides a thorough exposition and measured critique of the new ideology that has colonized the minds of America’s school administrators and threatens to wreak havoc on our students—especially students of color. It’s a must-read for any parent or teacher who is concerned about the soul of the next generation.” –Max Eden, education policy expert and senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute
Cornell Law School professor William Jacobson has launched a database listing 220 universities and their approach to critical race theory (see video above).
As reported in the Daily Mail:
- Cornell Law School professor William Jacobson has launched a database listing 220 universities and their approach to critical race theory
- He claims the database will help parents choose a school for their children
- Jacobson told Fox News’ Tucker Carlson that the site is for parents who don’t want their kids to be ‘indoctrinated’ by an ‘anti-racism ideology’
- He claims that critical race theory teaches student that the ‘most important thing in society is the color of your skin’
- Critical race theory says that white supremacy is an ideology which is baked into the structures of society and particularly the law
- Critics say that it leaves people exposed to the training feeling that they are being blamed for problems which they did not cause
Here is a link to the website. Thanks for watching!
Above is my 2/2/21 interview on “After Hours” with Alex Salvi on One America News Network. Please consider purchasing Exploring White Fragility: Debating the Effects of Whiteness Studies on America’s Schools. Thanks for watching!
Above is a clip of my interview on FOX & Friends. Please consider purchasing Exploring White Fragility: Debating the Effects of Whiteness Studies on America’s Schools. Thanks for watching!