Come And See the "Dog and Pony" Show at SAU16 on August 19th - Granite Grok

Come And See the “Dog and Pony” Show at SAU16 on August 19th

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SAU16/Exeter parents are stepping up the pressure on school administrators and board members over their Critical Race Theory agenda.

CRT presents a different worldview from many of the residents living in the district. CRT does not respect a worldview where individuals are judged by their character but instead, their narrative is to judge people based on the color of their skin.

CRT proponents talk about a goal of no stereotyping, but their messages are always full of stereotyping groups of people based on their skin color. It’s a radicalized viewpoint, because of its discriminatory nature, should not be pushed on someone else’s children.

Some people may ask, what is CRT because I don’t see that mentioned anywhere on the district website or through the materials assigned to students and teachers?  That’s because CRT comes under the description of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice. These terms sound great, but when you dig deeper, you begin to see prejudice, stereotyping, and shaming.

A good example would be this article: Yes My Dear, All White People are Racists.

First, learn what racism is, and what it’s not. I need White people to understand that all White people are racist.
Admit it, and let’s move onto the business of repairing and healing the country. We can’t do it without you.
Yes my dears, all White people are racists. All. Of. Them.

Some of the materials and training may not be so obvious as this, but you get the idea that CRT proponents judge people on their skin color versus their character.

SAU16 is fully immersed in the CRT radical agenda so parents are rightfully concerned. They’re trying to raise their children with an appreciation for diversity. They want their children to show kindness to other children regardless of their race or culture. They are some of the most non-judgmental parents when it comes to these issues, but now they are under fire for their lifestyle and skin color. They are feeling the wrath of judgment from people who say they want to stop all of the stereotyping. It makes no sense to them. They just want their children left alone in this political game of blame and shame.

The latest flyer that was sent out (bel0w) wants everyone to know about a presentation this Thursday.  How will Superintendent David Ryan backtrack, if he backtracks on what he’s already put forward?

What about the 200 books they bought for middle school students that are full of the CRT narrative? How will they explain the shaming of families in the community through their breakout sessions? Will that be mentioned? Since questions will be limited, will they even address these kinds of concerns? Or will they gloss over all of this with some sales job?

Will they address the new DEIJ Director who was part of BLM and a Community Organizer who will now earn a salary higher than teachers in the district? Will they meet the demands by Seacoast BLM who DEMANDS:

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  • We demand the removal of school resource officers and adding diverse social workers in the schools.

  • We demand annual training hosted by a Black Lives Matter Seacoast recognized trainer, for all educators and school officials on implicit bias, personal and interpersonal racism, systemic racism and anti-racism.

  • We demand the review of the educational curriculum to be more inclusive of African American history & culture and classrooms to be more wide-ranging to the needs of children of color.

Since you can find nothing supportive of children with sacred religious values as part of this radicalized agenda, how will they support their students and teachers who have a different worldview? How will they support families who have sacred religious beliefs? Based on past school board meetings, those with differing viewpoints have been shut down. So much for inclusion.

Will this be a dog and pony show? I guess we will find out on August 19th at 5:30 at Exeter High School.


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