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Help stop the adoption of the subversive, anti-American social studies curriculum in NC

This call to Action is from Lt. Governor Mark Robinson.  He needs our support to stop what is taking place Wednesday and Thursday of this week - changing the NC Social Studies Curriculum K-12. 

Here is a link where you can sign Mark’s petition.

We need over 7000 emails To the board of education members (which are listed below in the email) stating:

I Am NOT SUPPORTIVE OF THE CURRENT DRAFT of standards of the NC Social Studies Curriculum and 

 I Am SUPPORTIVE OF THE ORIGINAL DRAFT submitted June 2020 of standards of the NC Social Studies Curriculum. 

The NC Board of Education is voting THIS WEEK (Thursday, February 4, to change the Social studies/History curriculum. The curriculum was adopted this past summer. Now they want to change it to make it more divisive.  You can read what the curriculum actually says. I encourage you to do this   I sent some of you on Facebook a private message about signing a petition which is being taken by the lieutenant governor to this meeting. Also Robinson is asking us to email or call members of the state board of education. The one from Greenville is Jill Camnitz. He asks us contact ALL of them, but need to do it quickly as they are planning to quickly get this vote through on Thursday of this week. We need to do what we can for our children’s and grandchildren’s future.  

Take time to read this curriculum. You can read the curriculum as of June 2020, changes suggested and final draft on the link below. The first column is the curriculum as written as of June 2020, and that is what we should ask for. The middle column shows the changes suggested and the third shows as they are asking to be approved. You can look at each grade K through 12. It will only take a few minutes and it will open your eyes to what is going on in the public schools in North Carolina and in Greenville. It will educate you as to what they plan to teach our children.

ATTENTION: CALL TO ACTION from LT Governor Robinson.
We have been receiving inquiries as to what people can do to help, here it is! Contact your board members and let them know what you think. You will notice our email is on there as well because we want to hear from you. The vote is Thursday so we must act quickly.

For more information, scroll down on our page to view our  press release

Contact information for NC School board below. 


( February 3rd, 2021 @ 3:44 pm )
This issue of politicizing education curriculum is not limited to NC for even the US. Here is a great speech in the UK's House of Commons by British Equality Minister Kemi Badenoch, who is herself black, in which she denounces critical race theory, BLM, and the theory of "systemic racism"

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