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Take courage-Christians must speak against Critical Race Theory

  I am struggling with my own courage. To stand firm in my armor of God where I take the belt of truth and buckle it around my waist. I find my own weaknesses work against the voice God calls me to have. I struggle to take up the sword of the Spirit which is the word of God. I waiver, but I know words are valuable and what is said can influence others, especially if they are impressionable. “Pray also for me, that whenever I speak, words may be given me so that I will fearlessly make known the mystery of the gospel, for which I am an ambassador in chains. Pray that I may declare it fearlessly, as I should” (Ephesians 6: 19-20). This topic of value came up and my avoidance of writing about this is really about me making a decision to step outside of my box. I have not written to or spoke at a school board meeting even though I have been in education for 25 years. I’ve just had the attitude of going with the flow and the changes in academics really didn’t alter my life so what does it ma

Critical Race Theory-Breaks the spirit of your students

 I wrote this to our school board as I see how this theory will affect our students. It is important to get involved, learn the truth, and get your voice heard. The other side seems to yell louder-don't be intimidated. There is a difference between teaching the history of race in our country and teaching the so-called critical race theory. No one is denying that slavery occurred here in the U.S. The disagreement is on things such as all white people are inherently racist. All white people are the only ones that live under privilege just because of the color of their skin. It should not be punishing the skin color based on what happened to people hundreds of year before the kids were born. It is not the responsibility for our kids to bare for the actions of other people. This is unacceptable.  To representative: As an educator of twenty-five years, I am very alarmed that Nevada has adopted the ideology of Critical Race Theory. This curriculum divides students and affects the m