A bill to introduce social justice education to Vermont preK-12 students was approved unanimously on the House floor Thursday without controversy.
“The same First Amendment that allowed the civil rights movement to survive when it was in its infancy, that is the same First Amendment that protects the rights of even these people who express what we might consider to be culturally abhorrent terms.”
The House Education Committee on Thursday voted in favor of creating a work group to recommend new academic standards that recognize the history and contributions of ethnic and social groups and movements.
“I believe that we have not given full credence to the spiritual aspect of the message of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., which includes sanctity of life, procreative marriage, a man and a woman marrying with a commitment, if God wills, to birth and raise children in a healthy manner.”
A report on racially motivated harassment of former state Rep. Kiah Morris issued Monday by Attorney General T.J. Donovan found incidents of harassment but nothing that met the threshold of a criminal offense under current state law.
Sullivan, an early supporter of same-sex marriage and President Barack Obama, said that it’s “staggering” how the ideas of identity politics have been universally accepted by the young elite, without question.
A basic knowledge of civics and belief in American exceptionalism are in startling decline among younger Americans, a new report suggests. About half of those surveyed under age 38 said they view the United States as a “sexist” or “racist” nation.
A study by Princeton and Yale researchers turns a common political narrative on its head: White liberals actually are more likely to act in “patronizing” ways toward minorities than are white conservatives.
The new state of Vermont Racial Equity Advisory Panel will meet for the first time on Friday after its designated five members were appointed late last month.
Three of the four founders of the Women’s March have close ties to Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, an open anti-Semite who they refuse to denounce.
It is ironic that some of our legislators are again promising to pass a very high state minimum wage of $15 per hour. After all, the origins of minimum wage laws were rooted in institutionalized racial discrimination.