Via press release:
Senator Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas) today introduced the Stop CRT Act, legislation to bar federal funds from being sent to K-12 schools that promote Critical Race Theory, as well as colleges and universities that compel students or faculty to affirm tenets of Critical Race Theory.
The Stop CRT Act would also codify former President Trump’s Executive Order on Race and Sex Discrimination, which would prohibit the federal government and federal contractors from using trainings inspired by Critical Race Theory.
“Critical Race Theory teaches people to obsess over race and to believe that America is an evil, oppressive place. Federal funds should not be used to support activists in schools who want to teach our kids to hate each other and their country,” said Cotton.
Is the Tom Cotton calling for an Air Force Academy professor to be fired over an op-ed on CRT the same Tom Cotton who
decried cancel culture and the stifling of free speech after a NYT editor had to resign for publishing Cotton’s “Send in the Troops” op-ed? pic.twitter.com/3Z47HMmKoX
— ProfTalmadge (@ProfTalmadge) July 9, 2021