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Is Prince William County Public Schools (pwcs.edu) against racism? It would seem so. Consider Parent Resources on Race and Discrimination – Prince William County Public Schools (pwcs.edu) and some of the publications/organizations that webpage links to. Let’s make a random pick and focus on this one, Social Justice (nasponline.org).

What is social justice? Instead of impartial justice, social justice argues for an equity of outcome (which is unjust by definition (Justice | Definition of Justice by Merriam-Webster)). That is why this document links to The Importance of Addressing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Schools: Dispelling Myths About Critical Race Theory (nasponline.org).

Is racism a good thing? No. Is antiracism a good thing? Not necessarily. Why not? Well, let’s consider the root problem with Critical Race Theory (CRT). Think about this statement.

CRT recognizes that race is a social construct and race does not reflect biological differences among people (e.g., differences in intelligence, physical ability)

The Importance of Addressing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Schools: Dispelling Myths About Critical Race Theory (nasponline.org)

Supposedly, the advocates for CRT recognize that race does not matter, but consider what psychologists use for a definition of gender.


All humans are born with biological characteristics of sex, either male, female, or intersex. Gender, however, is a social construct and generally based on the norms, behaviors, and societal roles expected of individuals based primarily on their sex. Gender identity describes a person’s self-perceived gender, which could be male, female, or otherwise. In recent years, expanding the public understanding of gender has freed many to feel more comfortable in their own skin and live as the people they believe themselves to be. People whose gender identity corresponds to their biological sex may be referred to as cisgender. Transgender people have a gender identity that does not conform to the sex they were assigned at birth. And people whose gender identity feels neither masculine nor feminine may identify as non-binary, while those who feel no gender identity may refer to themselves as “agender.”

Gender | Psychology Today

Race may be a social construct, but race just as much a part of “identity” as gender.

Identity includes the many relationships people cultivate, such as their identity as a child, friend, partner, and parent. It involves external characteristics over which a person has little or no control, such as height, race, or socioeconomic class. Identity also encompasses political opinions, moral attitudes, and religious beliefs, all of which guide the choices one makes on a daily basis.

Identity | Psychology Today

That means the people promoting CRT actually do think race matters. This is why they insist upon social justice instead of impartial justice.

Why is that your fault and not their fault? Well, they have special knowledge. They know the truth.

CRT is a theoretical framework for examining American society with a belief that racism is embedded in U.S. laws and institutions and not just the result of individual prejudices or biases. Complementing the NASP Social Justice Strategic Goal, CRT seeks to understand inequities that exist based on race.

The Importance of Addressing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Schools: Dispelling Myths About Critical Race Theory (nasponline.org)

In other words, CRT is the belief that the United States is systemically racist.

The people promoting this view are not calm, collected, rational souls. Consider.

We recognize, are outraged by, and mourn the deaths of Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Tante Parker, Tamir Rice, Walter Scott, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, Tony McDade, and countless other victims of police brutality and racist violence.

School Psychology Unified Antiracism Statement and Call to Action (nasponline.org)

Victims of police brutality and racist violence? When we promote “social justice” instead of impartial justice, we punish the police just because we prejudge them as systemically racist. Look up George Floyd’s background, for example. He was a convict, and he was convicted of a violent crime. When he was arrested, he was passing counterfeit money, and he had given himself a fatal dose of fentanyl. Floyd resisted arrest. So, the police had to use force to arrest him.

Did the policeman who was accused of killing Floyd violate procedures by keeping his knee on the back of Floyd’s neck? Perhaps, but nobody has ever proved Floyd’s death had anything to do with racism.

Our policemen have a difficult job. Filling the heads of our children with social justice/CRT nonsense does not help either the police or our children. Who wants to send their children to school to teach them that the policeman who lives nextdoor is a racist?

Should we avoid being racists? Yes, of course. However, we don’t avoid racism by focusing on race. Instead, we do what Martin Luther King, Jr. wanted for his children.

I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Quotes About Character | A-Z Quotes (azquotes.com)

There is an infinite number of ways to do the wrong thing. Instead of teaching children to think about racism, how to judge others wrongly, we need to teach our children what they are supposed to do, applaud and approve of those who do what is right. Unfortunately, our school board is focused on condemning racism. Instead of helping children to learn how to do what is right, our school board wants to create a bunch of activists/antiracists. See PWCS acts to combat racism – Prince William County Public Schools. Read https://go.boarddocs.com/vsba/pwcs/Board.nsf/files/BQER6Z6B7CB5/$file/Resolution re Equity and Nondiscrimination.pdf. Then think! Is an obsession with antiracism actually better than an obsession with racism? Even if we call ourselves “antiracists”, if we judge others by the color of their skin, we are still racists.

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  1. boudicaus says:

    Reblogged this on boudica.us and commented:
    H/T Citizen Tom

  2. SLIMJIM says:

    It is wild how leftist ideology is so rampant in our public education system

  3. I think you’re speaking the truth in this blog/article. I think powerful elites in the world, whoever they are… are doing everything they can to push a race war. Why? What do they get out of it? A world in commotion and anger and hatred? I believe in the Illuminati is a group of smart and enlightened people who get a sense of satisfaction and a feeling of power and control as they create havoc in the world. They create an artificial problem… then they create the solution which is to do what they tell you. The truth shall set ye free, even if that means being martyred for truth.

    • Tom Salmon says:


      Don’t know about the Illuminati. I think Satan is real enough, but conspiracy theories are generally untrue.

      People usually don’t have the capacity to well organize conspiracies because each of the conspirators pursues his own agenda. Nevertheless, they do happen. The Nazis in Germany and the Communists in Russia achieved power through conspiracies.

      Do we have a conspiracy against our republic in the USA? The bias in the news media and censorship by Big Tech is a bad sign. The insistence of the teachers unions to promote mad ideas like transgenderism and Critical Race Theory is also alarming.

  4. Tom,
    The wisest solution to remind us how to end bigotry in my opinion, that even google understands.
    Regards and goodwill blogging.

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