Mondays with MoCo - September 2021
Worried about Critical Race Theory?
September Topic: “If I Ran The Zoo – An Introduction to the Cultural Marxism and CRT Indoctrination gripping our College Campuses, K-12 Schools and Workplaces”
Monday, September 13, 2021, 7:30PM
ZOOM SEMINAR! Register for this webinar HERE
First speaker from-
Jennifer Kabbany, editor of The College Fix – a publication of the Student Free Press Association.
The College Fix, which reports on the ever-growing leftist cancel culture flourishing on campuses nation-wide, works with college-aged writers, bloggers, tweeters, podcasters, and viral video makers for the purpose of identifying and supporting young people who seek to improve campus journalism, explore careers in the media, and commit themselves to the principles of a free society.
Jennifer is also a visiting fellow with the Independent Women's Forum. From 2002 to 2013, she worked in various capacities for the North County Times and San Diego Union-Tribune newspapers as a City Hall, education and features reporter, as well as a weekly education columnist.
Previously, Jennifer served as Associate Editor of FrontPage Magazine, as well as held editorial positions at The Weekly Standard and The Washington Times. She is also a Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship recipient and has contributed to National Review. Jennifer graduated from San Diego State University, where she served as Editor in Chief of The Daily Aztec. The College Fix [email protected]
Second speakers as seen on TV-
Dr. Carol Swain, is an author/editor, and host of the podcast "Be The People" and "Conversations with Dr. Carol Swain."
Her work Black Faces, Black Interests has won three national awards, and her book The New White Nationalism in America was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. Carol is a former professor of political science at Princeton and Vanderbilt Universities. She is outspoken in her opposition to BLM and the dangers posed by Islam. In retiring from Vanderbilt, Carol stated that she would “miss the students and the rhythm of campus, but I will not miss what American universities have allowed themselves to become”.
Her opinion pieces have been featured in the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and the Epoch Times. She holds a PhD from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She's often interviewed in the press, television and radio.
Christopher Schorr joined the Marine Corps in 2003 and deployed to Iraq in 2005. Upon returning home, he served as a platoon sergeant in the Marine Corps Reserves and completed his BA in political science (summa cum laude) at the University of California, San Diego.
Chris subsequently earned his doctorate in American Government at Georgetown University. His dissertation (“White Nationalism and its Challenge to the American Right”) addresses the challenge posed by white nationalism to conservatism and to the American political system. Chris has written and lectured about Critical Race Theory and its corrosive impact on race relations and our country.
September's Important Topic
In recent years, American citizens have risen to the challenges posed by left-wing politicians and their tax and spend, deficit creating policies. New and never-ending social welfare programs, anti-police policies, rising crime and growing illegal immigration are just a few leftist policies designed to weaken our nation. The Tea Party movement followed by the Trump Revolution were positive national reactions to the leftist Democrats attempt at the fundamental transformation of America.
Now a new neo-Marxist ideology, the baseline of seemingly all Democrat Party initiatives, has emerged from the bowels of our leftist universities. Packaged under the term Critical Race Theory, it is an amalgamation of anti-American ideologies which crush diversity of opinion, pit Whites against the so-called ‘People of Color” and demand the destruction of our “racist” founding principles and the Constitution.
Our speakers will delve into the actual Critical Race Theory based activities underway on university and college campuses, K-12 schools and the private sector. The speakers will also provide insights into how we can work together to stop and reverse the spread of these hateful and destructive activities which are tearing our nation apart.
Moderator- Dennis Melby
Dennis Melby, who is a former Party Chairman, Town Councilmember and Association President, will serve as moderator.
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