Photo courtesy Charles Love

On this free-flowing episode of Take Back Our Schools, Beth and Andrew speak with author, activist and social commentator, Charles Love. We speak about Charles’s involvement in the recent, “Open Letter Denouncing the Attacks on Justice Clarence Thomas.” Charles shares his views on why black progressives are silent on the racist attacks against Justice Thomas, and what Republicans need to do to engage with the black community and encourage them to join the culture war. Charles also shares his own personal experiences engaging with his young son’s school on issues of racial indoctrination in the classroom.

Charles Love writes frequently on race, politics, current events, and cultural issues and is passionate about solutions rather than partisan bickering. He is the Executive Director of Seeking Educational Excellence (SEE), a non-profit whose mission is to empower disadvantaged students to reach their full potential, and the host of The Charles Love Show on AM560 The Answer, and co-host of the Cut The Bull Podcast. Charles is also a scholar at 1776Unites, contributing writer at City Journal and the author several books. His latest book is Race Crazy: BLM, 1619, and the Progressive Racism Movement. 

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  1. I Walton Member
    I Walton

    We cannot fix the schools as currently constituted organized and staffed, they are too far gone.  We should turn schools over to parents and teachers and make them compete so they get rid of lousy teachers and are freed from any and all administrative supervision.  Most  parents are too busy but some aren’t.  Some teachers are inept and ideological but they will be fired as parents won’t pick schools where such people might teach their children.   In other words we make them private, competitive and market based, but we pay parents, or for the wealthy let them drop high taxes destined to schools and use the funds for the schools they choose.  In states with sane governors we should begin immediately as our schools are destroying the minds of an entire generation of kids.  Parents in democrat run states can watch and maybe even learn. 

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