Colorado Mother of Two Calls for End to Critical Race Theory 'Nightmare,' Rebukes Local School Board

By Joshua Q. Nelson, June 03, 2021,

A Colorado mother of two said that critical race theory is "damaging" to children after she delivered a rebuke to their Douglas County School District at a board meeting.

"Equity policy is the same as critical race theory and the reason why it's so damaging is it divides students into groups. It is not the same as equality or equal opportunity which is what every parent is for and what the civil rights movement was for," Deborah Flora told "America's Newsroom."

"Equity basically says there has to be an equal outcome which only happens when you gerrymander a system to favor one group over another."

Flora's comments came after delivery an address on Wednesday to the Colorado Douglas County School District board in which she called critical race theory training a "nightmare" and blasted teachers for pushing the racially charged academic movement.

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