Though many people—especially Canadians—remain in denial over the prevalence of critical race theory in schools, many public educators are committed to indoctrinating your children into accepting critical race theory. Children cannot oppose them, but you and I can. That’s why I’m in the middle of producing a curriculum on critical race theory for you and your children. American parents are successfully pushing back against critical race theory in American schools, we should start doing the same.
Many Canadians believe critical race theory isn’t prevalent in Canada. They’re convinced critical race theory is just an American issue.
But they’re wrong. Critical race theory is just as prevalent in Canada as it is in America. Actually, it’s probably more acceptable in Canada than it is in America.
Overwhelming opposition from American parents at school board meetings has made critical race theory the biggest topic in America today. As of right now, at least 27 states have passed (or introduced) bills that prevent public schools from forcing teachers and students to embrace critical race theory as truth.
Though Democrats, mainstream media, and academia claim critical race theory isn’t a major fabric of public school curriculums in America—over 5,000 American educators have signed a petition to violate the bills.
In Canada, however—educators do not need to sign petitions. It’s not controversial to teach critical race theory in schools. Critical race theory has become a cornerstone of our curriculums, and it hasn’t prompted any significant opposition.
Earlier this year, a supposedly Christian university in Canada denounced me after I refuted the critical race theory concept of “systemic racism” in a talk at their school. Around the same time, one of the prominent Baptist denominations in Canada published an article titled, “Why ‘Critical Race Theory’ Should Be Critical for Every Church ”.
Many Christians across Canada have emailed me to seek my help over the influence of critical race theory in their churches, Christian organizations, and Christian schools.
If this surprises you, consider that Canada’s federal and provincial governments are significantly more committed to critical race theory than their American counterparts. Canada’s federal government established an “Anti-Racism Strategy”, and one of it’s aims is to make white Canadians more accepting of the concept of “systemic racism.”
Already, 54% of Canadians believe Canada is systemically racist. That data is identical to polls about systemic racism in America.
Since critical race theory has become influential in Christian schools, churches, and all Canadian society—why wouldn’t it be especially more prevalent in Canadian public schools?
I’ve received documents from teachers and parents concerning critical race theory in Canadian schools, particularly—evidence of critical race theory within the curriculum at my local school board: Peel District School Board.
This evidence includes internal documents from staff meetings, lesson plans, and screenshots from presentations at parent-teacher meetings. All of these documents are available at the bottom of this article.
Peel District School Board has added courses to its curriculum that replace that “challenge dominant colonial narratives and promote student’s epistemologies in education from kindergarten to Grade 12.”