the pandemic reveal the character of the American church-Part 1?
& Complacency? Stability was shaken even in the church.
Graham “bad politicians are elected by good people who don’t vote.
Reagan “Freedom is never more than one generation
away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It
must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one
day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's
children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”
Jude 1:4 states “for certain individuals whose
condemnation was written about long ago have secretly slipped in among you.
They are ungodly people who pervert the grace of our God into a license for immorality
and deny Jesus Christ our only Sovereign and Lord.”
History Removed and Replaced with Movements
American History: Schools are adopting
movements and removing the true foundation of America. Adopting The 1619
Project overrides America’s founding was not marked by the Declaration of
Independence in 1776, but the arrival of the first African Slaves in Jamestown
in 1619. The malicious slander is being taught in schools as truth. It teaches
that America is, was, and always has been a fundamentally racist country. White
Americans today bear responsibility for all current and historic racism.
Clark County School District has adopted:
SS.9-12.US.14. Evaluate the impact of individuals and reform movements
on the struggle for greater civil rights and liberties throughout U.S. History.
Requirements for the infographic:
-Brief 1-2 paragraphs about LGBTQ+
-Discuss at least 2 accomplishments of the
-Discuss at least 2 movers and shakers of
the LGBTQ+ Movement
-2 Visual images that connect with your
-1 Paragraph summary in your own words of
how it applies to you today
COLOR and creativity :)
How have government leaders and policies
impacted the movement?
The second supporting layers in the role
on top of the public reaction, allowing you to better analyze the history of
policies that affect the LGBTQ2+ community under certain leadership. You will
be assessing the advancements and setbacks detailed in the sources as well as
the accounts’ placement on the timeline.
What role do people within the LGBTQ+
community play in the movement?
The fourth and final supporting directs
the attention to those most intimately affected by the movement’s progress,
people of the LGBTQ+ community themselves. The sources’ shift in point of view moves
the inquiry towards consideration of the first-hand accounts of those impacted,
personalizing the reality behind the policies, decisions, and reactions. You
will be forming a claim to answer the supporting question of how the movement
affected by the personal experiences of people within the LGBTQ+ community.
Rewriting history opens the door to
Critical Race Theory= diversity, equity, and inclusion.
2021 I wrote to the Nevada State Education Board and CCSD School
Critical Race Theory (CRT) inhibits unity by segregating students into
groups based on race and skin color. CRT advocates assigning levels of
“privilege” and “oppression” to individuals/students; therefore, creating
animosity from the perceived oppressors, and false sense of entitlement from
the oppressed. This is a divisive ideology and separates our community.
A child should never be taught to
feel guilty or ashamed of the color of their skin. CRT is a far-left mentality
that is opposite of what MLK fought for which is “don’t judge a person by the
color of their skin but instead the content of their character.” Many students
identify as multi-ethnic which means CCSD would be putting a student in
opposition within the family causing harm as the student is expected to choose
one parent as oppressor and the other as oppressed. This is not a safe space
for students on a CCSD campus.
Thank you for contacting the
Clark County School District.
We apologize for not getting back to you
sooner regarding your email. To be clear, the Clark County School District
follows the Nevada Department of Education's K-12 curriculum standards.
Critical Race Theory is University-based and is not a part of the NVDOE K-12
curriculum standards. We appreciate your years of service in education and wish
you a great 2021-2022 school year.
The Engagement Office Team
includes BLM in History classes, Restorative
Justice promoted on every campus, Social/Emotional practices blur true mental health
healing of our youth.
What led to the founding of Black Lives
How did they advocate for change?
What issues have been particularly
relevant to today’s youth activists?
What protest methods have they used to
make their voices heard?
mission statement of public schools
At a time of obscene inequities merely trying to
compensate is not enough so AASA must go further and become actively
Understand that anti-racism does not mean equal
treatment of others. It is an all-encompassing ideology that demands that white
people accept that their behavior is implicitly racist and explicitly racist. If
you say you are not racist only proves that you are racist. You are so racist
you don’t even know it. If being called a racist upset, you then that is proof
of your white fragility.
Learn about the influencers like Ibram X. Kendi who is
the author of How to be an Anti-Racist state that “there is no ‘not racist.’
There is only racist and anti-racist. Your silence favors the status quo and
the violently oppressive harm it does to black and brown folk everywhere.”
Anti-racism embraces racism if done on their terms.
remedy to racist discrimination is anti-racist discrimination.”
“The only remedy to past discrimination is present
“Arsonists (Black Lives Matters) should serve as a
model for teachers.” Lorena German who is the head of the committee of
anti-racism of English teachers.
“Educators, what are you burning? Your white-centered
curriculum? The school’s racist policies? Your racist ass principal? The
funding for the police in school vs. counselors?
It is a call to get rid of traditional school curriculum.
Groups named culturally responsive education working group wants to transform
our public schools: A guide to culturally responsive & sustaining
“The whole western canon is rife with horrible stories
& atrocities of who we are as a people of color.”
The National Committee on social studies want to
instill in our youth that there is racial inequality in economic opportunity,
education, incarceration rates, and brutality from police and others. (This is
Indoctrination: cultural and political polarization: power,
privilege, access, and inequity
Teaching tolerance = Anti-racist educators recognize
that schools today are doing exactly what they were built to do in this
country. “There is no Apolitical classroom”
temptation to be quiet and simply carry on with life can indeed be strong
our kids and families to answer when man’s worldview is not a biblical worldview
1. In the Old Testament book of Esther, there’s a
great passage that speaks to this issue
-Esther has an opportunity to speak t the king and
help her people, but she’s reluctant to approach him for fear of what it will
cost her. Here uncle Mordecai offers this response:
-When Esther’s words were reported to Mordecai, he
sent back this answer “Do not think that because you are in the king’s house
you alone of all the Jews will escape. For if you remain silent at this time,
relief and deliverance for the Jews will arise from another place, but you and
your father’s family will perish. And who knows but that you have come to your
royal position for such a time as this” (Esther 4: 12-14).
2. Church is in the position to be able to speak up
and defend our God-given Freedoms:
- “You are the light of the world. A town built on a
hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead,
they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the
same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds
and glorify your Father in Heaven” (Matthew 5: 14-16).
3. When we stay silent, we are covering our light-the
truth of God’s word-when we should be shining it for all to see. It may be scary,
uncomfortable, even risky to speak out, but when tempted to stay silent,
- “What, then, shall we say in response to these
things? If God is for us, who can stand against us?” (Romans 8:31).