1/28/21: LOUDOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS PARTNER RACIAL EQUITY TOOLS NEW “TRANSFORMING WHITE PRIVILEGE” RESOURCES FOR JANUARY 2021

LCPS Core Educational Curriculum: Violent White Supremacy, White Privilege, White Power and Whiteness


(102) New Resources With Focus on White People

  • How Textbooks Taught White Supremacy
  • The Promise: A Lesson in White Privilege
  • White Women Doing White Supremacy in Nonprofit Culture
  • The Call-to-Whiteness: The Rise of the New White Nationalism and Inadequate Establishment Whiteness Response
  • The Modern White Power Movement
  • Confronting White Supremacy New England
  • Hidden in Plain Sight: Racism, White Supremacy, and Far-Right Militancy in Law Enforcement
  • The Table Stays White: Racism in Food Media
    The Violent White Supremacy Issue
  • After Attempted Coup, We Must Fight White Supremacy and Sow Revolutionary Love
  • Can Anybody Hear Me? How White Nonprofit Writing Standards Erase BIPOC Voices — And Why That Is Definitely Not OK

Aren’t school supposed to teach reading, writing and arithmetic? Maybe some real history and not “1619” BS? Foreign language, science and physical education? LCPS (Loudoun County Public Schools) has chosen to embark down the dangerous, hateful, discriminatory and racist path of Critical Race Theory or “Equity” as they like to call it. How are educational resources about Black Lives Matter and how awful white people are helpful…..for anyone?

Racial Equity Tools is a proud LCPS “Equity” partner and they just released their (102) New Resources for transforming white privilege (see below). It really is strange, you know yourself better than anyone and yet people crumble at the words of others who have never lived a second of your life. Are you and your kids “White Supremacists”, have tons of “White Privilege” or belong to some “White Power Movement”? If the answer is “No” then push back, work with P.A.C.T. and we’ll push back together. Focus on your own voice, views and perspectives and DO NOT accept what the race hustling troglodytes NAACP, MSAAC and LCPS try to tell you or your kids.

P.A.C.T. has been operational (5) months and for the entire journey, we’ve been called all kinds of vile crap, as if the information we’re providing, that comes directly from LCPS and their sources is made up and part of a ‘White Supremacist” conspiracy. Like him or hate him, Biden is now the “President”. He’s been in office exactly (1) week and has signed more Executive Orders (50+) than the previous (10) Presidents combined. You know what makes these Executive Orders so special? 90% of them are based/incorporate “Equity”, “Racism”, and “Privilege”. We have not been hyperbolic, racist or provided “misinformation”, this is more real now than (5) months ago and you should be worried and pissed.

Please parents, teachers and members of the Loudoun County community, unless you’re perfectly fine with you and your kids being classified as “Racists” or “White Supremacists” get involved and help us fight back against LCPS, LCBS, NAACP and MSAAC. Being forced home because of COVID has been hard on all of us, some more than others, however, do you want your kids growing up with these despicable labels hanging over their heads for LIFE?


Racial Equity Tools (102) New Resources for Transforming White Privilege

Adjusting to Uncertainty: Systems Thinking with Octavia Butler
Black Lives Matter at School
Covid, Race, and the Revolution
Decolonizing Data Viz
Donald Trump Is Out. Are We Ready to Talk About How He Got In?
Inaugural Poet Amanda Gorman Delivers a Poem at Joe Biden’s Inauguration
Billionaire Wealth vs. Community Health: Protecting Essential Workers from Pandemic Profiteers
The Activist Roots of Black Feminist Theory
Embracing Both/And: A Response to Linda Burnham, Alicia Garza (BLM)
Implementing Targeted Universalism — Case Study: King County, WA
Looking at Racism, Eugenics, and Biopolitics in Europe Historically: An Interview with Marius Turda
Philanthropy Must Face a Reckoning on Race in 2021
Targeted Universalism: Our Path Forward
Kathleen Osta, National Equity Project; Medium.com
The COVID Racial Data Tracker
The Government Promised to Return Ancestral Hawaiian Land, Then Never Finished the Job
We Are Not Done With Abolition
“Riots,” Racism, and the Police: Students Explore a Century of Police Conduct and Racial Violence
“We Must Be In It for the Long Haul”: Black Foundation Executives Request Action by Philanthropy on Anti-Black Racism
America’s Only Successful Coup d’Etat Overthrew a Biracial Government in 1898
Aaron Randle, HISTORY.com / The History Channel
Anti-Racism, Equity, and Inclusion Resources Archive
Centering Blackness: The Path to Economic Liberation for All
Europe’s Buried History of Racism and Slavery
How Textbooks Taught White Supremacy
Legacies of Colonialism Are Holding Back Racial Justice in Britain and France
Mental Health Issues Facing the Black Community
Mutual Aid Resources
SEA, Me | Poetry
The American Nightmare, Ibram Kendi (Black Racist)
The Long History of US Racism Against Asian Americans, from ‘Yellow Peril’ to ‘Model Minority’ to the ‘Chinese Virus’
Undocu Guide to Dismantle Anti-Blackness at Home
Ethnic Identity Development
The Promise: A Lesson in White Privilege
White Women Doing White Supremacy in Nonprofit Culture
Race and Medicine
Racial Justice Can Change the Rules of Our Democracy
Rejecting False Harmony: How Philanthropy Can Support Real Healing
Shifting Power to Communities in Grant Funding
The Call-to-Whiteness: The Rise of the New White Nationalism and Inadequate Establishment Whiteness Response
Inequality.org
Move to End Violence: Language Justice
New Economy Coalition (NEC)
A Common Platform: Reimagining Data and Platforms
At the Intersection of Anti-Blackness and Patriarchy
Bridges Puentes: Building Black-Brown Solidarities Across the U.S.
Districts Advancing Racial Equity (DARE) Tool
Five Ways Funders Can Support Movements Building True Multiracial, Feminist Democracy
H.R.1/S.1 — For the People Act: Impact of Select H.R.1 / S.1 Policy Changes on Black and Brown Political Power
Racial Equity Governing Agenda
Racial Segregation in the San Francisco Bay Area
Start with Equity: 14 Priorities to Dismantle Systemic Racism in Early Care and Education
State of the South Report 2020
The Modern White Power Movement
Uncaging Humanity: Rethinking Accountability in the Age of Abolition
What if Instead of Calling People Out, We Called Them In? — Prof. Loretta J. Ross Is Combating Cancel Culture with a Popular Class at Smith College
What We Owe Young Children: An Anti-Racist Policy Platform for Early Childhood
When Black Movements Win, Everybody But the 1 Percent Wins
Anti-Racism in Higher Education: A Model for Change
Hidden in Plain Sight: Racism, White Supremacy, and Far-Right Militancy in Law Enforcement
Invoking “Terrorism” Against Police Protestors
Movement to Make D.C. a State
No Going Back: Together for an Equitable and Inclusive Los Angeles
Racial and Ethnic Disparities Program Assessment Tool for Treatment Courts
Talk and Walk: A Children’s Guide to Racial Justice
The Case For Why I Should Pay Reparations
Garrett Neiman, Medium.com
The Table Stays White: Racism in Food Media
The Violent White Supremacy Issue
What Is Owed: ‘It Is Time for Reparations’
Racial Equity Framework for the Puget Sound
Reparations in Higher Education
Shadow Money: How the Right Funds Regressive Movements
Southern Movement Blueprint: A Plan of Action in a Time of Crisis
The Guide to Advance Racial Justice and Health Equity
“American Abyss”: Fascism Historian Tim Snyder on Trump’s Coup Attempt, Impeachment & What’s Next
After Attempted Coup, We Must Fight White Supremacy and Sow Revolutionary Love
Executive Order On Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Through the Federal Government
How Oregon’s Radical Decriminalization of Drugs Was Inspired by Portugal
Moving Forward: Three Ideas for Talking About the Moment
Opinion: This is the America that Black People Know
To Support Black-led Nonprofits, Fund Us for Capacity Building & Infrastructure
Community Development Investments, ArtPlace America
Fireweed Collective: Our Framework
Can Anybody Hear Me? How White Nonprofit Writing Standards Erase BIPOC Voices — And Why That Is Definitely Not OK
Current Fundraising Practices and Philosophies Are Harmful
Confronting White Supremacy New England
Making Sense of Meaning: How Creative Documentation Enhances Our Understanding of Community Development
Resources for Workplace Democracy
Strengthening and Connecting to the Social Fabric of Communities
Thinking Through Your Hiring Process
What the Elections Taught Us About Disinformation
#NonprofitKarens: What They Look Like and How You Can Spot One!
A Care Package (Trans Agenda for Liberation)
Black Bill of Rights
Equity Rationale: Why You Need One, and How To Get Started
Evolutionary Governance, Part II: Practices
Vanessa LeBourdais, Medium.com
Power-Building Ecosystem Framework
Story of Place: Community Power and Healthy Communities
The Promise of Racial Impact Statements: Findings from a Case Study of Minority Impact Statements in Iowa
Turning Towards Each Other: A Conflict Workbook
Are You Stressed Out about the Muslim Ban Decision?
Cyndi Suarez on Power
Practicing Sanctuary: An Action Guide to Radical Welcome and Collective Care
Towards Braiding

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