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“He (Yaeger) started kind of motioning for me to come toward the stage, which I did start walking, then he dropped an F-bomb on me,” Tyson told WROC. “That’s when I walked and jumped up on the stage, not to be physically confrontational, but I wanted to address it with him face to face. By the time I got there he had become essentially unhinged.” https://www.dailywire.com/news/watch-school-board-member-calls-parent-ahole-after-mask-racial-theory-pushback-confrontation-ensues
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“He (Yaeger) started kind of motioning for me to come toward the stage, which I did start walking, then he dropped an F-bomb on me,” Tyson told WROC. “That’s when I walked and jumped up on the stage, not to be physically confrontational, but I wanted to address it with him face to face. By the time I got there he had become essentially unhinged.” https://www.dailywire.com/news/watch-school-board-member-calls-parent-ahole-after-mask-racial-theory-pushback-confrontation-ensues
215 views · Jun 9th
“In my classroom, I see up close how this orthodoxy hinders students’ ability to read, write, and think. I teach students who recoil from a poem because it was written by a man. I teach students who approach texts in search of the oppressor. I teach students who see inequities in texts that have nothing to do with power. Students have internalized the message that this is the way we read and think about the world, and as a result, they fixate on power and group identity. This fixation has stunted their ability to observe and engage with the full fabric of human experience in our literature.” https://www.dailywire.com/news/teacher-at-posh-nj-school-quits-over-critical-race-theory-agenda
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