Wisconsin Lawmakers Attempt To Ban Words Like ‘Woke,’ ‘Systemic Racism’ and ‘White Supremacy’ From State School Curriculum (1 Viewer)

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    Is Double Woke a thing now? GOP trying to one up the Dems on being Woke? Is being Anti-Woke worse than being Woke?
    I am sure this bill will get Vetoed by the Gov there, but wow...
    according to Republican Chuck Wichgers of Muskego, the government intends to prohibit:

    Critical Race Theory (CRT)
    Action Civics
    Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
    Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)
    Culturally responsive teaching
    Abolitionist teaching
    Affinity groups
    Anti-racism
    Anti-bias training
    Anti-blackness
    Anti-meritocracy
    Obtuse meritocracy
    Centering or de-centering
    Collective guilt
    Conscious and unconscious bias
    Critical ethnic studies
    Critical pedagogy
    Critical self-awareness
    Critical self-reflection
    Cultural appropriation/misappropriation
    Cultural awareness
    Cultural competence
    Cultural proficiency
    Cultural relevance
    Cultural responsiveness
    Culturally responsive practices
    De-centering whiteness
    Deconstruct knowledges
    Diversity focused
    Diversity training
    Dominant discourses
    Educational justice
    Examine “systems"
    Free radical therapy
    Free radical self/collective care
    Identity deconstruction
    Implicit/Explicit bias
    Inclusivity education
    Institutional bias
    Institutional oppression
    Internalized racial superiority
    Internalized racism
    Internalized white supremacy
    Interrupting racism
    Intersection
    Intersectionality
    Intersectional identities
    Intersectional studies
    Land acknowledgment
    Marginalized identities
    Marginalized/Minoritized/Under-represented communities
    Microaggressions
    Multiculturalism
    Neo-segregation
    Normativity
    Oppressor vs. oppressed
    Protect vulnerable identities
    Race essentialism
    Racial healing
    Racialized identity
    Racial justice
    Racial prejudice
    Racial sensitivity training
    Racial supremacy
    Reflective exercises
    Representation and inclusion
    Restorative justice
    Restorative practices
    Social justice
    Spirit murdering
    Structural bias
    Structural inequity
    Structural racism
    Systemic bias
    Systemic oppression
    Systemic racism
    Systems of power and oppression
    Unconscious bias
    White fragility
    White privilege
    White social capital
    White supremacy
    Then they go even further:
    a parallel bill is determined to ban private companies from doing diversity training for employees! This is the kind of thing the First Amendment was actually concerned with, as opposed to college students telling you to fork off. The latter is what this country is all about.

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    Is Double Woke a thing now? GOP trying to one up the Dems on being Woke? Is being Anti-Woke worse than being Woke?
    I am sure this bill will get Vetoed by the Gov there, but wow...

    Then they go even further:


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    Yes, the extreme right can be as stupid as the extreme left. The words are written by super WOKE TYPES, but it is a free country and this is not 1984.
     
    Yes, the extreme right can be as stupid as the extreme left. The words are written by super WOKE TYPES, but it is a free country and this is not 1984.
    Yea man, "equity" was just something the super wokies made up.

    If you look at that list of words, and think they are mostly just things made up by the woke left, you need to brush up on your English.
     
    Is Double Woke a thing now? GOP trying to one up the Dems on being Woke? Is being Anti-Woke worse than being Woke?
    I am sure this bill will get Vetoed by the Gov there, but wow...

    Then they go even further:


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    Interesting that racism is not banned, but colorism is.

    Whiteness is banned, but not blackness.

    I learned about SEL and DEI when I was in college for education in like 2004. This is absurd.
     
    Yea man, "equity" was just something the super wokies made up.

    If you look at that list of words, and think they are mostly just things made up by the woke left, you need to brush up on your English.
    No one I know is against equal treatment. Other than the NAZIs and the KKK most people are against racism.
    The genesis of all this words stems from frustration because whites are still ahead . Economic parity is not a reality. I wish there was a better non antagonistic way to fix this problem.
     
    No one I know is against equal treatment. Other than the NAZIs and the KKK most people are against racism.
    The genesis of all this words stems from frustration because whites are still ahead . Economic parity is not a reality. I wish there was a better non antagonistic way to fix this problem.
    It's only antagonistic because white privilege deniers have their panties in a bunch.

    They aren't going to give up privilege without a fight. That doesn't mean that both sides are to blame for their being a fight.
     
    It's only antagonistic because white privilege deniers have their panties in a bunch.

    They aren't going to give up privilege without a fight. That doesn't mean that both sides are to blame for their being a fight.
    What does a white person looks like without the privilege? What happens if a white person loses the privilege? Can you help me here? Describe a white person that has lost privilege. How does that person functions in America?
     
    I'll be honest... I'm fine with most of those words not being used in secondary/high school courses. Although banning words like 'equity,' 'equitable,' 'racial prejudice,' and 'racial supremacy' is moronic. Unless they don't plan on teaching about Nazi Germany and the Klan... which would be irresponsible.
     
    I'll be honest... I'm fine with most of those words not being used in secondary/high school courses. Although banning words like 'equity,' 'equitable,' 'racial prejudice,' and 'racial supremacy' is moronic. Unless they don't plan on teaching about Nazi Germany and the Klan... which would be irresponsible.

    I think the intention of the legislation is to inflame people.

    If they had just listed about half those words, there wouldn’t be many people mad enough for it to even become an issue.

    They went overboard to make sure their base had some vocal opposition to get riled up against.
     
    I think the intention of the legislation is to inflame people.

    If they had just listed about half those words, there wouldn’t be many people mad enough for it to even become an issue.

    They went overboard to make sure their base had some vocal opposition to get riled up against.
    This.
     
    I think the intention of the legislation is to inflame people.

    If they had just listed about half those words, there wouldn’t be many people mad enough for it to even become an issue.

    They went overboard to make sure their base had some vocal opposition to get riled up against.
    Yep

    But also we’ve been told The Left is attempting censor speech they dont agree with, so waiting for the condemnation.
     

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