Natalie Pilkinton for Klein ISD. A successful business leader and true conservative.
Citizens are concerned that Critical Race Theory will continue to creep into teaching, but with different names, labels, concepts, and methods. Find out what your children are reading and why?
Texas is rated #42 in the nation and American #48 in the world. We have got to get back to basics and focus on reading, writing, and arithmetic. An educated American is dangerous to tyranny.
View for yourself. Regular meetings of the Klein ISD Board of Trustees shall normally be held on the second Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. When determined necessary the date, time, or location of a regular meeting may change with proper notice. Archives can be viewed below.
Houston is #1 in human trafficking. We want to protect our children and teens from being groomed for sexual abuse.
School Security, Disaster and Emergency Preparedness, Veteran and Military Community Support, Education Opportunity, Merit Based Staffing, Community Involvement, and Leadership Development.
"The call to Make America Great Again worked powerfully in service of the racial manipulation of white people, diverting blame away from the white elite and toward various peoples of color-for example, undocumented workers, immigrants, and the Chinese-for the current conditions of the white working class."
"Whether you define racism as racial prejudices and individual acts or as a system of racial inequality that benefits whites at the expense of people of color (as antiracists do), your parents could not have taught you not to be racist, and your parents could not have been free of racism themselves. A racism-free upbringing is not possible, because racism is a social system embedded in the culture and its institutions. We are born into this system and have no say in whether we will be affected by it."
"These messages exist simultaneously with relentless messages of black inferiority. But anti blackness goes deeper than the negative stereotypes all of us have absorbed; anti-blackness is foundational to our very identities as white people. Whiteness has always been predicated on blackness."
"We see anti-black sentiment in how quickly images of brutality toward black children (let alone black adults) are justified by the white assumption that it must have been deserved. Such beliefs would be unimaginable if we had been shown images of white teens being thrown across schoolrooms, of white kindergarteners handcuffed, of a white child shot while playing with a toy gun in the park. We see anti-black sentiment in the immediate rejoinder to Black Lives Matter that all lives matter."
"That this nation still struggles to see the importance and significance of having elected a Black president to office for the very first time in history remains a troubling reality with, perhaps, some increasingly dangerous possibilities.
According to various government reports, Obama has had more threats against his life than any other American president. He even required Secret Service protection before winning the Democratic Party's nomination, a special government provision that --if properly acknowledged, examined, and discussed --offers even more revealing insights into the lingering vestiges of racism in our society today.
The galvanization of a viable third party during Obama's presidency, the so-called Tea Party, which is even less racially diverse than the virtually all-White Republican Party, merits an additional conversation about race in America."