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Critical racing theory is entering our classrooms and continues to infuse our children’s minds with supernatural ideas about the history of their nation. But a growing number of Americans are insisting on fighting his false rules and demanding his removal from the K-12 education system.

At the beginning of this trio of efforts was the 1776 movement, which undertook vital work to restore honest and unifying education in secondary schools throughout the country.

The group’s candidacy pledge has gained national attention in recent weeks for its emphasis on American values ​​and its promise to eradicate racist and gender-based ideologies from American schools, such as the CRT.

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The political candidates who signed the hostage called for “the restoration of an honest, trio education that instills in our children a deep love for our country” and a curriculum that “teaches that all children have equal rights and equal moral values ​​under God and our Constitution. and members of the national community united by laws and our founders. ”

The bail also seeks to prohibit any curriculum that discriminates against students on the basis of race or gender or incorporates harmful ideologies into teaching materials.

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In May, South Dakota Gov. Christie Noem, a Republican, became the first candidate to sign a pledge, declaring CRT and similar division theories “shameful.” [and] should be stopped. “Other high-profile conservatives, such as Glenn Youngkin, a Republican nominee for governor of Virginia, have vowed to replace the CRT with a ‘high-quality civic education program.’ Schmidt also signed the promise.

As more candidates sign up to the pledge, they will put pressure on teachers, princes and school councils to announce their positions on CRT and other important education issues. It also holds them accountable for the materials they teach and ensures that our children are not imbued with harmful theories aimed at discrediting our country and discrediting students on sexual or skin color.

Surprisingly, the radical left hates this promise.

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Youngkin’s opponent in the gubernatorial race, former Virginia Gov. and current Democratic nominee Terry McAuliffe, refused to sign the pledge and went so far as to claim the CRT was a “right-wing conspiracy,” which was “fully formed by Donald Trump and Glen.” Youngkin. “However, the reality on earth shows the opposite.

In response to McAuliffe, one of the Loudoun County tenants said, “I find it ridiculous that anyone elected to this position would make such a bold statement when anyone who nominates a Republican or Democrat should sit down and listen and solve our problems.” . McAuliffe doesn’t seem to know that the Loudoun County School Board has been embroiled in a heated debate about the CRT for weeks – and tensions could continue until at least the school council vote in mid-August.

In other parts of the country, governors and state legislatures will pass laws similar to the Promise of the Candidates of the Movement of 1776, banning the teaching of CRTs in public schools.

As more government officials begin to oppose the CRT, public opinion is changing, and for good reason.

Recently, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law 3979. This legislation prohibits the teaching of CRTs and “protest citizens” – student forced protests and lobbying activities are almost always covered by progressive reasons. The Texas Act is based on the National Association of Scientists Act on Citizenship and is the first law to prohibit both practices in K-12 public education.

But Texas is not alone.

Bills against CRT have been published or introduced or signed in 22 states, including Ohio, Arizona, and New Hampshire – 1776 Action. Meanwhile, Republican North Carolina Gov. Mark Robinson has formed a task force to investigate allegations of “classroom teaching,” and the Florida Board of Education has passed regulations banning CRT because it “disrupts historical events”.

As more government officials begin to oppose the CRT, public opinion is changing, and for good reason. As former Attorney General Bill Barr recently said in a speech to the conservative group the Alliance for the Defense of Freedom, CRT is the latest embodiment of Marxism. “It’s nothing more than a materialist philosophy of Marxism that replaces racial conflict with class conflict. It means the same thing as traditional Marxism,” Barr said.

Like other forms of Marxism, CRT is radically intolerant of Christianity and other traditional religions. This is because CRT and other progressive Orthodox constitute a secular religion. Promoting CRT by public schools, Barr said, could violate the rules of free practice and organization of the First Amendment.

“There’s nothing more important than the right to rent drainage to their children,” Barr said. “And it’s horrible for the state to interfere in that by engaging students in alternative belief systems.”

Former President Donald Trump is also fighting the CRT. In a recent issue of Real Clear Politics, the former president outlined a seven-step plan to eliminate CRT from our country’s classes. While writing that CRT teaching is a fight against “psychological violence,” President Trump’s 1776, which mandates taxpayers to go to any school that teaches CRT, is tasked with overseeing curricula. a universal voucher program that protects children from left-wing education by appointing state commissions and giving any tenant the right to choose another school of their choice.

With Trump’s action plan and the recent rise in anti-CRT legislation in nearly half of the states, Americans are concerned about their children’s education and America’s future.

On the first day of the new administration, President Joe Biden abolished Trump’s 1776 commission, which was set up to promote the foundations of our nation and oppose the radical left-wing idea that America was a racist country with a negative role in the world. . Fortunately, Trump’s 1776 commission is still meeting and has recently renewed its commitment to renew and restore trio education in all 50 states.

There is still much to be done for those who love America and its history – and for those who believe in the exclusivity of America and the promises of its principles. Through groups like 1776 Action, we can save the future of our children with our own voice, protect our own values, and preserve the history of our nation for future generations.

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Former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich is the host of the Newt’s World podcast and author of the New York Times bestseller Trump and the Future of America.

Visit to read, hear, and see other comments by Ambassador Gingrich and Speaker Gingrich Gingrich360.com.

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