Libby Emmons joins host Ben Domenech to discuss her son’s personal experience in the New York City public school system and how it pushes the left’s narrative of systemic racism and white privilege. Emmons is a senior editor at The Post Millennial and senior contributor at The Federalist.

Emmons argued that the public school curriculum accomplishes nothing in its teaching of white privilege other than discouraging children from hoping for change. Schools ought to promote ideas of kindness and equality rather than divide children by informing specific children of their inherent racism.

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  1. colleenb Member
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    Depressing but then much of the news is these days. Personally I think most art has, unfortunately, become irrelevant to most people. There will always be a few shows (Hamilton), movies, novels, that will appeal to a somewhat wide audience and be good for culture. But most art these days is talking to other artists and not to society. But then I’m depressed about the whole thing so I may be off. 

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  2. Mark Alexander Coolidge
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    The American Gulag Archipelago is officially among us and it’s called Public Education.

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