Pushback against Orwellian CRT-DEI-SEL in education underway | Eastern North Carolina Now

The far left ideological doctrines of CRT (Critical Race Theory), DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion), and SEL (Social Emotional Learning) along with all of their variants are an outright attack on American principles in the education sector from day care to universities.  Fortunately, a vigorous pushback against these totalitarian "woke" doctrines is underway.  The Daily Haymaker has an account of this pushback:


This battle is being fought here in Beaufort County, as left wing school superintendant Cheeseman pushes a DEI-based social studies curriculum that is the preference of the leftwing dominated state Board of Education.

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Jann said:
( February 27th, 2023 @ 8:20 pm )
Well I had to do more digging on SAVVAS cause I just felt there was more information that we weren't getting and sure enough I found more. Once you go on SAVVAS main website and scroll down on the supplier link you will find a supplier called NMSDC.
Which stands for National Minority Supplier Development Council.
You go on the website NMSDC and scroll down to the bottom and find the resources to NMSDC, there are 4 different symbols with links. The first is a resource to Australia, the second is major companies like Apple, Shell, ect.....
The third has no letters at all just a symbol which I thought was odd cause the others all had some kind of lettering.
Well that strange symbol was a link to CHINA!!!!

Hmmm.. Isn't that strange?????
Why would SAVVAS have a connection to CHINA????
Think China would like to change our curriculum in our American school system??
Yeah I think so!!!

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