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cticut, a state with a surprisingly large Hispanic population, is becoming a battle ground for the implementation of CRT ideas through Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) programs. And the fight is taking place not only in primary schools, but also at the town level. Close to Cos Cob, in Westport, CT, discrimination of Hispanics under the disguise of Inclusion or Diversity activities is increasing.
Just a couple of months ago, Hispanic parents strongly complained about a School Climate Survey contracted by the Superintendent of Schools. Parents, teachers, and students, were grouped in separate categories to analyze the so called ‘racial inequities’ of the system, opening the door for discrimination in hiring practices and in the class room setting.
The questions of the survey also mentioned specifically religion and national origin as characteristics that teachers should take into account when interacting with students. For Hispanics, this should be of great concern.
The ‘woke’ progressives have been trying to label Hispanics in many creative ways to convince everybody that they are victims of oppression and cannot fully integrate into the American society.
Since the racial labels do not apply to the Hispanic population, the left invented the ‘peoples of color’ denomination to separate us from main-stream America. Now, religion is being used as a proxy characteristic to discriminate against us, while they continue to claim that all this ‘anti-racist’ ideology is for our own benefit.
Camilo Riano is a technology and management consultant who has worked for several management consulting firms, the state of Georgia, the city of New York, and the United Nations. He lives in Westport, CT with his wife and four children, and is strongly committed to the fight against indoctrination and the relentless attacks on their American values.