William Kunze took to Facebook on Monday to let everyone know what is happening inside at least one classroom in the Southeast Polk District.
Kunze is running for school board and said he was told by two current board members and another candidate that Critical Race Theory is not taught in K-12 schools.
Yet he says he was provided the following information from a concerned parent which proves it is absolutely being taught in Southeast Polk.
“This is from a chemistry student who was told that the info was not supposed to leave the room,” Kunze said. “I don’t know about you, but that’s a red flag for me. Students are being taught that whites are oppressors and trans and indigenous are oppressed.”
Here are some excerpts from the paper, called “Assessment Practices and Transforming Our Relationships to Power” by a person called Mylene DiPenta:
“Have you ever wondered what science would look like today if it had developed with everyone taking their full and rightful place at the table? Of course, enormous contributions to science have been made by every group, at various places and times in history. But the dominant idea of science today, which grows out of what we sometimes call the Scientific Revolution, is only about 500 years old. And that is exactly the period during which the groups we today try to “include” got excluded in the first place.”
The paper states homosexuality went from being not on the books to being punishable by death between 1350 and 1533 in Europe. Women simply ate certain plants to avoid becoming pregnant.
“I can tell you from personal experience that it’s not that difficult,” the paper said.
Another factor — private ownership of land.
“Also, the nation-state, and the modern form of policing was needed to enforce it,” the paper said. In other words, rigid control over the borders of land. European aristocrats did this first in Europe, then extended it around the world, in combination with another new invention: whiteness and white supremacy. These were used to justify chattel slavery and colonialism.”
It goes on to state…
“I want to be plain: I am saying that we cannot have true diversity and inclusion in science until we end the way we police the borders of the land we do it on. How can physics truly ‘include’ women if women who are trans or Indigenous or both are dying and being disappeared? Indigenous sovereignty isn’t just possible; it’s necessary for all of us to move forward into a just future.”
Also, we have not, in 65 years, “accomplished the desegregation called for by Brown v. Board of Education.