In this week’s episode, Sanjna goes on to explain the critical race theory and its ramifications. She provides common myths of CRT and gives in-depth explanations on how these myths were created to harm others and talks about how racism, in general, can take a huge toll on one’s mental health. Steam this week’s episode on the VOX ATL website, SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify. See you next week!
“The reality is that you have to know your history in order to chart your future.” — Keisha Lance Bottoms, the 60th Mayor of the City of Atlanta Black scholar and founder of what is now known as Black History Month Carter G. Woodson, once said, “Those who have no record of what their forebears…Read on
Critical Race Theory is being put on the stand across the country as legislators decide whether or not it should be taught in public education. In June 2021, right here in Atlanta, the Cobb County school board banned the teaching of Critical Race Theory. This was followed by the Georgia Senate passing a similar bill…Read on
Kentaji Brown Jackson is the embodiment of every Black woman and young girl who was once told no, but found a way to either make their own table. Read on
Okay and who thinks Black history should also be taught in schools? Great! By a show of hands, who thinks Critical Race Theory should be taught in schools? Awesome. You know who doesn’t? Texas Governor Greg Abbott. House Bill 3979, signed by Governor Abbott, states that Critical Race Theory will not be required to be…Read on
On May 20, Georgia Governor Brian P. Kemp wrote a letter to the State Board of Education opposing the teaching of critical race theory in Georgia classrooms. Below you will find the following excerpt: We must instead focus on our goal of providing the highest quality education to every child in Georgia, without partisan bias…Read on