A 2021 workshop for educators encouraged attendees to read an article that falsely claimed that Trump supporters were the same as the KKK. But, in truth, Democrats are like the KKK. Both believe that Blacks and Hispanics are incapable of making it on their own.
According to Democrats, Blacks cannot even register to get an ID because they don’t know where to go or if they do know, they haven’t the foggiest notion of how to get there.
The workshop, run by left-wing education company Panorama Education. The name of the workshop was “SEL as Social Justice: Dismantling White Supremacy Within Systems and Self.” SEL stands for “Social-Emotional Learning.”
The company makes a fortune with their Critical Race Theory textbooks and lesson plans.
The company was co-founded by Xan Tanner, who is married to Attorney General Merrick Garland’s daughter. The same Merrick Garland ordered the FBI to go after parents that oppose the teaching of CRT.
From The Daily Wire:
At least one district’s contract says all of the personal student data is sent to the company — which is funded by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg — under a loophole that circumvents a requirement for parental consent by counting the for-profit company as a “school official,” not an outside vendor.
Panorama, which focuses on “social-emotional learning” and surveys that gauge the feelings of parents, students, and staff, has among the broadest tentacles of any educational consultant. At least 22 of the nation’s largest 100 school districts have paid Panorama a combined $12 million in recent years, with a 23rd set to pay it millions more, a Daily Wire review found.
The Washington Examiner reported that the workshop included a slide that referenced a 2020 article from Altagracia Montilla, who describes herself as a “freedom-dreamer, facilitator, and strategist committed to dismantling oppressive systems” who works to build “antiracist” work spaces. The article, titled “How White Supremacy Lives in Our Schools,” equates those who attended Trump’s rallies to members of the KKK.
“The rise in images of overt white supremacy in the media feeds into the confusion about white supremacy,” Montilla wrote in the article. “While the Ku Klux Klan and MAGAs at half-empty Trump rallies (not that these are mutually exclusive groups) are in fact examples of white supremacy, they are not the only examples.”
Other examples of white supremacy highlighted in the article include “murderous police officers,” “perfectionism,” “worship of the written word,” “defensiveness,” and “right to comfort.” The article insisted that “Most of white supremacy is much more insidious: the school to prison pipeline, redlining, the opportunity gap, and voter suppression.”