"Social justice consultants" and proponents of critical race theory, which teaches children to judge each other based on their skin color, just locked down a major contract in one of Virginia's largest school districts.
"Loudoun County Public Schools has entered into a new agreement that pays more than $50,000 to a California business that trains staff members to address bias and oppression while fostering an atmosphere of social justice," West NOVA News reports. "The district has announced it is committed to eradicating what it describes as “systemic racism” and is investing time and money in combatting the problem despite mixed responses from district residents."
"The district had previously paid The Equity Collaborative $422,500 to train staff on racial matters, including 'critical race theory.' The vast majority, $314,000, was spent in 2019 to coach staff members on such matters," the report continues. "District public information officer Wayde Byard said the new contract will be used for training central office leaders that will run from November through the end of the school year in June 2021."
Loudoun County schools remain shut down for in-person learning.
Meanwhile, over in neighboring Fairfax County the public schools have also been shelling out taxpayer dollars to foster racial animosity among students. The school district paid Boston University Professor Ibram X. Kendi, who criticized Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett as a "white colonizer" for adopting two children from Haiti, $20,000 for a 45-minute virtual speech.
Some White colonizers "adopted" Black children. They "civilized" these "savage" children in the "superior" ways of White people, while using them as props in their lifelong pictures of denial, while cutting the biological parents of these children out of the picture of humanity. https://t.co/XBE9rRnoqq— Ibram X. Kendi (@DrIbram) September 26, 2020