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A Pennsylvania school district unanimously voted on Tuesday to defy a bill if it were passed into law that prohibits teaching “racist” concepts, such as that any race is superior to another.
The Pittsburgh School District passed a resolution which said it would defy “harmful legislation,” such as the Republican-backed bill called HB 1532. ”
Board member Devon Taliaferro said, “[Children] deserve leaders who will stand up for their rights and blasted “radical politicians” who she claimed were trying to censor curriculum.
“I hope that we will be the leaders that our students need as they carry on the legacy of the future… which starts with policy and the things that we can control,” Taliaferro declared.
The report explains that if HB 1532 were passed into law, it would prohibit teaching “racist and sexist concepts” in school districts, and is “aimed at curtailing the divisive nature of concepts more commonly known as ‘critical race theory.'”
A statement in bill reads:
“Our legislation makes it clear that no Pennsylvania school district, public postsecondary institution, or state or local government entity shall teach that any race or sex is superior to another, that any individual based on their race or sex is inherently racist or sexist, or that any individual should receive favorable treatment or be discriminated against based on their race or sex.”
Now the Pittsburgh School District has defiantly rejected such a measure, claiming that it would prevent history from being taught accurately.
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— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 24, 2022
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