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Originally published at American Family News
OH schools livid fake parents outed their CRT activists
Steve Jordahl, Billy Davis | January 19, 2023

In an eye-opening story, two investigators from Accuracy in Media, or AIM, posed as liberal parents who visited two Ohio school districts where they tricked administrators into defending and boasting about race-based lessons that are taught to their students.

In one incident on video, the two “parents” record a DEI administrator named Matthew Boaz (pictured above) boasting how he tricked a TV news station when it asked if Critical Race Theory is taught in Upper Arlington Schools. He denied it was being taught, which was technically true, he recalled, but he happily assured the “parents” when they pretended to be concerned the “tenets” of CRT, such as social justice, are not being taught to kids.

“Those conversations are happening. Absolutely,” Boaz proudly assured him.

Boaz oversees the diversity, equity, and inclusion program at Upper Arlington, a Columbus-area school system.

Boaz also told the “parents” how the school intends to circumvent state law if Critical Race Theory is banned in the classroom by Ohio legislators. A state bill to ban “racist concepts” died in the Ohio House last year.

Boaz told the AIM investigators that lawmakers can pass a bill to ban Critical Race Theory, “but if you didn’t cover programming or you didn’t cover extracurricular activities, or anything like that, that message might still get out.”

Boaz jokingly adds, “Oops. Oops, there will be a way.”

Read the entire article at American Family News.

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