Category Archives: CRT: PACT in the Press

2/27/21: LCPS Wayde Byard Responds To Dr. Seuss Disaster “Blah, Blah, Focus on Equity and Diversity”. Some Twitter Folks Respond and It’s Funny

Let’s not forget, Wayde Byard is the same person that LIED and said that LCPS did NOT have a “Student Equity Ambassador Club”. They do and whites need not apply

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2/15/21: Coming Soon…P.A.C.T Woke Wear! Store

P.A.C.T. Woke Wear! Store Under Construction, Will Be Online Soon! P.A.C.T. is stepping into the fundraising world with the launch of “Woke Wear”! The sale of every Woke Wear item will cover product related expenses and the remainder will be used to support P.A.C.T.’s continued efforts to bring awareness and fight Critical Race Theory. Brand awareness and modest financial support

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2/6/21: What Parents Need to Know about Critical Race Theory (CRT) in Schools [podcast]

PACTS First Podcast! Thank You to Conservative Reality Check!  A New CRT Podcast Series Is Underway! Thanks to Conservative Reality Check! for having the interest and taking the time to discuss this very important and insidious ideology called Critical Race Theory! The host, Amy, did a great job, so thank you Amy! PACT on the other hand needs a bit

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1/29/21: If Parents Don’t Advocate & Protect Their Kids, of All Colors, Who Will? Stop NAACP and MSAAC From Dictating LCPS Education

NAACP and MSSAC Have Long Insisted Loudoun County is Entrenched and Overrun With White Supremacy and That 44% of the Students in LCPS Are Also White Supremacists **To the haters, save it. Calling us racist OR white supremacists has become meaningless. We know who we are, we know what we want for all students, regardless of ethnicity. You may try

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P.A.C.T. founder calls NAACP “Terms of Conciliation” For LCPS ‘reprehensible’

West Nova News: P.A.C.T. FOUNDER CALLS NAACP “TERMS OF CONCILIATION” FOR LCPS ‘REPREHENSIBLE’ By Juliette Fairley Nov 30, 2020 Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring has announced a final determination that the administration of Loudoun County Public Schools’ gifted and talented program allegedly discriminated against Black and Hispanic students who applied to advance placement classes. “Having found reasonable cause to believe that

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LCPS Clarifies to Parents That White Children Can Participate, But Not Speak as Equity Ambassadors

“This LCPS endeavor is specific to amplifying the voice of Students of Color by engaging in discussions about their experiences regarding issues of racism, injustice, and inequity.” November 12, 2020 Corinne Murdock, The Virginia Star A Loudoun County Public Schools Equity Advisor told parents that White students may only become equity ambassadors to “amplify the voice of Students of Color.” When

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Why is The LCPS superintendent, Eric Williams leaving? Did P.A.C.T. Help?

Why Is The LCPS Superintendent, Eric Williams Leaving? Did P.A.C.T Help? The Bull Elephant, written by Jeanine Martin November 11, 2020 Eric Williams, the current Loudoun Superintendent of Schools, is leaving to take the lead in Clear Creek Independent School District outside of Houston. Clear Creek has 42,000 students making it about half the size of Loudoun. In Loudoun Williams enjoys a salary of

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Parents Submit Letter to Betsy DeVos Requesting Civil Rights Investigation into Loudoun Schools (additional context added in this article)

PARENTS SUBMIT LETTER TO BETSY DEVOS REQUESTING CIVIL RIGHTS INVESTIGATION INTO LOUDOUN SCHOOLS (ADDITIONAL CONTEXT ADDED IN THIS ARTICLE) Parents have submitted a letter to Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos requesting a civil rights investigation into Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS). These parents requested that the U.S. Department of Education (ED) to determine whether LCPS violated Title VI of the Civil Rights Act

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Non-Colored Students Need Not Apply: LCPS Initially Barred White Students from Equity Ambassador Program

Non-Colored Students Need Not Apply: Loudoun County Public Schools Initially Barred White Students from Equity Ambassador Program October 30, 2020 Corinne Murdock In the initial draft of a student equity ambassador program informational packet, Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) barred students who weren’t colored from admission into the program. Under “III. Process for Selecting Student Equity Ambassadors” the second process

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