Montana AG opinion: CRT, ‘anti-racism’ material in schools violate equal protection

Montana AG opinion: CRT, ‘anti-racism’ material in schools violate equal protection
The nicer side of Montana. Pxabay

[Ed. – One supposes this attorney general opinion will be challenged by someone in court.  It’s good to see the issue being pushed back on, however.]

Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen issued an opinion Thursday that labels critical race theory and some anti-racism programs taught in schools as “discriminatory.” The binding opinion declared these activities are not only against state law but also violate the equal protection clause of the Constitution’s Fourteenth Amendment. …

Some of the banned activities detailed in Knudsen’s statement include grading students differently based on race; forcing people to admit privilege; and assigning fault to a race.

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