Sign the Petition to BAN Critical Race Theory in Georgia's K-12 Public Schools
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If you don’t know what
Critical Race Theory is, you need to!
Critical Race Theory, or CRT, is racialized
indoctrination. It teaches race essentialism and race-based guilt. It argues
that white Americans can be reduced to the quality of “whiteness” and must
undergo rigorous reeducation to atone for their inborn “white privilege,”
“white fragility,” and “internalized racial superiority.” Other words for CRT include social justice,
equity, inclusivity, diversity, cultural proficiency, and culturally responsive.
Read more here:
CRT in Georgia:
CRT is not included in
the GA Department of Education curriculum standards, yet Critical Race Theory
is already being taught by activist teachers in our K-12 public schools.
Georgia public school
systems and private schools are hiring Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity
personnel to implement an "equity policy", a gateway for Critical
Critical Race Theory,
Social-Emotional Learning (SEL), and Math Equity are all educational movements
gaining steam under Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) policies. All of
these emphasize the need to teach social justice activism.
K-12, use supplemental materials to teach Critical Race Theory, such as
BrainPop(K-8), The 1619 Project, teacher-created surveys, books, and articles,
even though CRT is not an approved curriculum.
support Critical Race Theory by stating their curriculums support social
justice activism, equity and inclusion.
Our public school
libraries have dramatically increased their selection of books that promote
Critical Race Theory, including How to be an Anti-Racist by
Ibram X. Kendi and White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo.
Government, through the Department of Education, is about to implement a rule
that will offer Federal monies to our Georgia K-12 schools in exchange for
teaching Critical Race Theory, 1619 and Action Civics. proposed-priorities-american-history-and-civics
How can we stop Critical Race Theory from
being taught in Georgia?
1. We organize and fight back through petitions
such as this.
2. Email/Call Governor Kemp, your State
Legislators, your county school representatives, and principals to tell them
you do NOT want Critical Race Theory taught in our schools.
3. Start attending your county school board
meetings to understand what policies and textbooks are being considered. Make
public comment to speak your mind at school board meetings. Check your county's
board of education site for information on their monthly meetings and public
4. Run for your district's board of education
seat. We can help and support you!
5. Get involved in your school. Watch for the
buzzwords and learn what your children are being taught. If you see/hear of
something questionable, ask the teacher to identify the standard s/he
is teaching and request the curriculum. If you are not satisfied, escalate to
the principal and potentially your school board representative.
6. Start a chapter of No Left Turn in Education
in your school district or county to get organized and fight back! We can
7. Ask us to come speak to your group. We can increase
awareness thru face-to-face or Zoom meetings.
Connect with us:
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in Education - Georgia Facebook Group here: facebook.com
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support our mission, please donate here https://noleftturn.us/donate/
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