REVEALED: Critical Race Theory Advocates Sent Staff & Students On Chinese Communist Propaganda Trips.

The National Urban League – an outspoken defender of Critical Race Theory – has partnered with a Chinese Communist Party-linked influence group for over a decade, including inking deals to collaborate on education initiatives in American schools, The National Pulse can reveal. The National Urban League (NUL) – which purports to be a longstanding “civil rights organization dedicated to economic empowerment, equality, and social justice” for African Americans – focuses on influencing America’s education system. NUL is a proponent of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and sued the Trump administration in 2020 for banning the controversial, Marxist teaching plan. NUL’s advocacy,

1619 Project’s Nikole Hannah-Jones Granted Tenure at Gain-of-Function Embroiled UNC Chapel Hill.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) board of trustees has voted to grant tenure to Nikole Hannah-Jones of the America-hating “1619 Project.” Hannah-Jones won both the MacArthur Fellowship, which is called a “Genius Grant,” and a Pulitzer Prize for the work she did on the demonstrably false, far-left 1619 Project sponsored by The New York Times Magazine. The 1619 Project is a major initiative of critical race theory which argues America was not founded in 1776, but rather in 1619, when the first African slaves arrived in the British colonies. In Wednesday’s vote of 9-4, following a

The New CRT: ‘Human Sexuality’ Program Teaches Kids About Oral Sex, Claims Boys Can Wear Dresses.

Texas’ updated Human Sexuality and Responsibility (HSR) curriculum exposes children to explicit sexual concepts and LGBTQ+ narratives at young ages, The National Pulse can reveal. A detailed look at 2020 class materials and lesson plans for elementary and middle school students in the Austin Independent School District (SD) provides a detailed window of the program, based on the National Sex Education Standards, updated in 2020 by the Future of Sex Education (FoSE) Initiative. Part of this initiative is Advocates for Youth, which expressed its satisfaction at the “updated indicators for consent and healthy relationships, gender identity and sexual orientation, and

Fauci Book Author Kate Messner Has A History of Targeting Kids With Anti-American Propaganda.

Kate Messner, the children’s book authoress who wrote Dr. Fauci: How a Boy from Brooklyn Became America’s Doctor, has a history of promoting critical race theory, far-left news sources, and Democrat politicians and activists. Messner pushes critical race theory and praises leading Democrats in her “non-fiction” books targeted at American children. Two of the women Messner highlights at the end of her book History Smashers: Women’s Right to Vote, are DeJuana Thompson, founder of Woke Vote, and LaTosha Brown, of the Black Voters Matter Fund. Black Voters Matter received cash from George Soros’ Open Society Foundations, and LaTosha Brown endorsed Elizabeth

RINO Governor Ducey Vetoes Bills Banning Critical Race Theory, Mass Vote by Mail.

Arizona Republican (in name only) Governor Doug Ducey has vetoed multiple bills including those banning critical race theory and mass vote by mail. Ducey vetoed 22 bills in total, claiming the people of Arizona “deserve” to have the $12.8 billion proposed budget plan pass, citing tax cuts and new spending on roads contained in the plan. One of the bills vetoed by Ducey was a bill seeking to ban critical race theory “training for government workers.”  Another bill sought to end the sending of “mass mailing voting ballots to voters who don’t request one.” Yet another bill states the attorney

“Bias Form” Encourages School Kids to Report on Each Other for Opposing Marxism.

Loudoun County in Virginia is sparking controversy by encouraging parents and students to report on other students’ “biases” through an anonymous form. Loudoun parents who recently formed themselves into a political action committee named “Fight for Schools” called the new, anonymous “Bias Reporting” form an “Orwellian move from Loudoun County Public Schools.” The committee of parents see the form as a symptom of cancel culture, saying it “asks students to anonymously cancel each other.” The form allows students to “denote if they wish to have the incident followed up at their respective school.” “The specific reason behind this action step