ME Boyd: Coercive Racist Theory (CRT)

Broadcast Running Time: 18:56

Wouldn’t be great if we had precedent on our side that would prohibit CRT from being taught in schools?  One legal scholar says we do.  Joining us today is attorney and writer ME Boyd (missconstitution.com), known as Miss Constitution.  She gives a history of education before and after prayer was deemed unconstitutional in 1962.  But in that ruling and in subsequent ones, the Supreme Court ruled that religion in schools was coercive and therefore not allowed.  Critical race theory is far more coercive in its religious-like fervor to rid our schools of morality, honor, and faith and replace it with hatred and division.

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