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The Ugly Truth of CRT in Philadelphia Public Schools

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Critical Racial Theory is pure racism, but against whites, which literally allows White people to be openly despised and hated.

The School District of Philadelphia (SDP) has released a video that clearly explains that Whites are latent oppressors without even realizing it.

Equity Professional Learning Guiding Principles demands that educators “understand the importance of my role in anti-racist work. But in particular for White teachers, it means breaking their identity in order to fight against white supremacy, which has become entrenched in hundreds of years of slavery.

“Understand the importance of my role in anti-racist work. I will gain strategies to support my role in implementing anti-racist education,” says the ownership principle in this program.

So, in order to meet the requirements of the equity program, white teachers would have to “deconstruct” their identity and admit that they were born and raised as racists. If you don’t see race, that also makes you a racist, says the chalk board review.

  1. 1. “Dismantle policies and disrupt practices steeped in institutionalized racism and other systems of oppression that undermine student success.”
  2. 2. “Intentionally acknowledge and address the historical origins and current forces behind the inequities we seek to eliminate.”
  3. 3. “Authentically lead and serve with equity principles in our planning, decision-making, implementation, and evaluation centering the needs of our students and families.”
  4. 4. “Ensure and redistribute resources to our most marginalized students in order to eliminate the predictability of success or failure based on historical trends.”
  5. 5. “Ensure all individuals embody practices of equity by holding ourselves accountable to a shared culture of growth and continuous learning with a deep focus on eliminating disparaging beliefs about students and their families.”
  6. 6. “Celebrate cultural diversity, amplify the voices, and respond to the feedback of marginalized communities within our district.”

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Author: Usa Really