Both sides got what they wanted but that inherently means neither side won, so then there will be whining from both sides. All the article really illustrates is that teachers now have to think critically and come up with constructive ways to explain racial issues. That's exactly what they should be doing. But at the same time they can't start teaching blatant lies and opinions in a history class, which is what critical race theory wanted. So both sides got what they wanted. It's much better for our kids to have to find better ways to teach them about race than it is to teach them the wrong facts about race.
Or, if you are a fan of critical race theory, then we need to TRULY teach it. From ancient Egyptians enslaving Jews and their fellow people (all black), to gladiators in Rome who were white slaves (not all were white or slaves but a good majority were), to Asian dynasties not only enslaving their own people but doing inconceivable mutilation and harm to their slaves constantly, to Jews once again being enslaved in concentration camps and killed by the millions, to modern day African nations STILL practicing slavery AGAINST THEIR FELLOW BLACK BROTHERS AND SISTERS, to sex slaves throughout ALL of history, and everything that happened in between those eras. See, Liberals only like to separate Americans by race because that's what gets them votes. They are so low that they will even ignore every other types of slavery with just maybe one sentence on one page of a school book discussing any of it. Critical race theory is just a vote getter in much the same way trickle-down economics is. Sure, they both have some merits but the overall practice removes those merits and replaces them with opinionated absolutes disguised as facts to ensure new voters as they grow.
"My favorite part of this whole mess,
is how 'the Brave Whites of the South
and Red States' (he says in a deep and
brave sounding voice) are deathly afraid
of a minority (in this case black people)
that represent only 10% of the U.S. population..."
Libs tried to do this with gay people too. When you are making stuff up to try to censor those who don't agree with you, all you do is make it sound like someone is "afraid" of something. Any time someone says anything about gay people, you call it "homophobic". See, very few people are scared of anything that has to do with race, sexual preference, etc. But in order to keep your voters and your narrative alive, you have to try to equate their stupidity to fear...which only makes you look afraid of them. And that empowers them. So good job giving a tiny percent of the population more power and more space on the platform.