This survey is one of many surveys given to students at Westfield High School without parental/caregiver consent. Below are screenshots of some of the questions asked.
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In this piece from The New York Post, a New York City teacher addresses the harm of critical race theory to students.
As a teacher, my first obligation is to my students. But right now, my school is asking me to embrace “antiracism” training and pedagogy that I believe is deeply harmful to them and to any person who seeks to nurture the virtues of curiosity, empathy and understanding.
“Antiracist” training sounds righteous, but it is the opposite of truth in advertising. It requires teachers like myself to treat students differently on the basis of race.
Interview with Jennifer McWilliams, founder and CEO of Purple for Parents – Indiana.
Michael O’Fallon, founder of Sovereign Nations and James Lindsay, co-founder of New Discourses discuss the evolution of America as a melting pot to the prominence of Critical Race Theory.
“Equity is a whole different ballgame. It is predicated on the idea that the only certain measure of “equality” is outcome: educational, social, and occupational. The equity-pushers assume axiomatically that if all positions at every level of hierarchy in every organization are not occupied by a proportion of the population that is precisely equivalent to that proportion in the general population, then systemic prejudice (racism, sexism, homophobia, etc.) is definitely at play, and that there are perpetrators who should be limited or punished who have or are currently producing that prejudice.”
Click here to read the entire article.
Re-aloud of book on gender identity found in some Westfield elementary schools.
Re-aloud of They She He Me: Free to Be by Maya Gonzalez and Matthew SG. This is a “children’s” book about gender identity and pronouns.
Video by Jackson Bird, a transgender man, discussing doubting your gender and transition.
“We don’t have to achieve racial reconciliation, it exists. It is a reality that we must walk in, but it has already been accomplished in Christ. In this session, Dr. Voddie Baucham unpacks Ephesians 2:10-11 to show the sufficiency of Christ’s death on the cross to bring us near in perfect reconciliation.”
–From Founder Ministries