Representative Patricia Morgan, a Rhode Island state lawmaker and previous minority state house leader, recently sponsored a bill to restrict teaching the idea of white supremacy in RI state public schools.
Republican Reps. George Nardone of Coventry and Sherry Roberts of West Greenwich originally wrote the controversial legislation and so far, more than 200 people submitted written testimony against the bill at this week’s hearing before the RI House education committee.
This comes after 14 other states including New York and New Hampshire have introduced identical bills mandating that the schools avoid teaching race studies and even go as far as suggesting that the term “white supremacy” be banned for usage.
Just last month, up-and-coming white supremacist ringleader, Rep. Tom Cotton (R-Ark) introduced a similar piece of legislation that would specifically ban ideas like the “U.S. is a fundamentally racist country” or a white ethno-state masquerading as a democracy.
The goal of race soldiers couldn’t be anymore clear; Now that Black Americans control the national discourse concerning the nation’s (and indeed the world’s) only real problem, white supremacy, the white population which holds a vast majority of the nation’s resources that they systematically stole from Black citizens are now attempting to ban any conversation of forcing them to give back the spoils from their generations of plunders.
This follows actions taken in 2020 by the former President Donald Trump’s administration, who issued a directive to federal agencies to stop all training that relies on critical race training.
–Sylvester Loving, Barrington Williams, B1Daily