Alpha Phi Alpha is fighting against Florida's controversial policies on race education by moving its 2025 convention out the Sunshine State.

An educators group out of Texas suggested that the word "slavery" be retaught to second graders as "involuntary relocation." 

A Maryland educator hired for a DEI gig in Cherokee County, GA was ousted by anti-CRT parents & then targeted after moving on in Cobb County.

An eighth grade teacher at San Francisco's predominately white Creative Arts Charter School was allegedly suspended after missing five weeks of school following pushback on a lesson about slavery that involved bringing in cotton plants.

A Black student at Ohio State University recently made a comment that played to the fears of both sides in the debate over Critical Race Theory after expressing that he "full-heartedly" believes that Black people are the superior race.

An English teacher at Greenfield High School in Missouri became a martyr in the ongoing Critical Race Theory debate after she was fired when a parent reported her for teaching CRT by way of a worksheet titled "How Racially Privileged Are You?"

A 15-year-old freshman at Vandebilt Catholic High School in Houma, Louisiana gave a prime example of why Critical Race Theory should be taught when he decided to approach a Black classmate and throw cotton balls at him before taking a belt and "whipping" him. Now, he's been charged with a hate crime.

The anti-CRT sentiment has now made its way to Mississippi after Governor Tate Reeves signed a bill into motion that will limit the discussion of race within The Magnolia State's school system.

Backlash on the Internet ensued earlier today after a school counselor's letter from Sprunica Elementary in Indiana went viral for allowing parents to sign a waiver permitting their child from being taught lessons "related to equity, caring and understanding differences."

Many teachers in Alabama are getting pushback on their recent Black History Month lessons by parents who want to uphold the ban on Critical Race Theory that was approved by the Alabama State Board of Education last October.

It appears a new bill is being pushed in Florida that will prohibit schools and businesses from causing what's described as "discomfort" for white people when addressing past discrimination by way of Critical Race Theory, that is if Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has his way.

Rhode Island state Rep. Patricia Morgan recently caused a stir of controversy on the topic of Critical Race Theory with a tweet that started off with "I had a black friend." You can imagine what happened next.