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President Joe Biden’s new nominee to the U.S. Department of Education is a frequent promoter of the critical race ideology that parents around the nation have strongly opposed.
LaWanda Toney, the director of strategic communications at the National Parent Teacher Association (National PTA), was nominated by Biden to be assistant secretary for the Office of Communications and Outreach on Wednesday. While the White House bragged about Toney’s experience in the media and education fields, her nomination appears to be another attempt by the administration to usher in an era of critical race-based thinking that parents and legislators across the United States have banded together to denounce.
In addition to her communications role, Toney also frequently co-hosts a National PTA podcast called “Notes from the Backpack” where she often discusses and promotes radical race and gender ideology with left-wing “anti-racist” and LGBT experts such as people from the Human Rights Campaign. In an Oct. 27 episode titled “Supporting Students of Color,” Toney asked her guest if he had any “advice for parents of color whose children are experiencing things like bias or microaggressions, things like that at their school?”
In another episode from September titled “Talking Race and KidLit,” Toney welcomed a conversation about “diversity in children’s literature” and discussed how to expose kids as young as elementary school “to all kinds of people, people of different races, religions, sexual orientations, genders, and cultures.” Toney also facilitated conversations about “identity” in a podcast called “Our Culture is More than a Holiday,” guns in a podcast titled “How to Talk to Your Kid about Gun Violence,” and
“misinformation” about COVID-19 and vaccines in a podcast with a bureaucrat from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Over the last year, parents upset by the prevalent racism and radical gender propaganda in their children’s schools found their voices in social media groups and at protests, and spoke out at school board meetings despite hurdles created by schools and the Biden administration. These parents’ outrage prompted a wave of legislation in red states banning the teaching of critical race theory in schools and, as highlighted in The Federalist’s documentary “Meet The Parents: How The Moms And Dads Of Loudoun County Took Back Virginia,” spurred some parents to use their voting power to initiate change.
Jordan Boyd is a staff writer at The Federalist and co-producer of The Federalist Radio Hour. Her work has also been featured in The Daily Wire and Fox News. Jordan graduated from Baylor University where she majored in political science and minored in journalism. Follow her on Twitter @jordangdavidson.
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