Teachers across the U.S. have been on edge with the nation debate regarding the implementation of critical race theory in schools. American educators have expressed concern over the long-term effects of teaching critical race theory and stated classroom discussions were already uneasy.
In response to the push to teach the controversial theory, several classroom leaders and teacher unions across the nation have joined together to object laws they believe are unnecessary and potentially dangerous.
“I was asked to see myself as a white woman, primarily as the most important defining characteristics of myself.” former teacher Dana Stangel-Plowe expressed. “So, we would do these things like have a privilege walk.”