Parents revolted against critical race theory. Here's how they won
Groups like Parents Defending Education, Moms for Liberty, and others have started up in order to give parents a voice in curriculum debates.
"We were promised a colorblind vision but now we are told colorblindness is a trait of white supremacy," says Moms for Liberty co-founder Tiffany Justice. "Moms are mad and we can see through this nonsense."
CRT proponents thought they could radically change school curricula and no one would notice. Moms and dads did notice, however, and that is why the great parent revolt has started. As parents stand up, Tiffany Justice says, "the education establishment will have no choice but to recede from encroaching on parental rights."