An Advancement Placement U.S. History teacher in New Jersey was honored recently “for his work educating his students about social justice.”
Garbriel Tangalo teaches 10th- and 11th-grade AP US History at Bergen County Technical High School at Teterboro, New Jersey, just across the river from Manhattan.
A St. Louis middle school social studies teacher named Sarah Miller offers a unique glimpse into the warped mind of a social justice educator.
As the College Fix reports, Miller encourages her students to become activists for social justice:
Two of Sarah Miller’s former students were arrested while peacefully protesting the not-guilty verdict in the murder trial of former St. Louis police Officer Jason Stockley. The Clayton teacher was proud.
What is unique about Miller is that she appears to support protesting not-guilty verdicts even when she believes the person on trial really was innocent:
Regardless of the specifics of the case, events such as killings by police seem to happen to African-Americans over and over, she said.
A sixth grade “social justice” teacher (whatever the hell that means) in Colorado brought in a radical left-wing activist and accused felon to speak to students without parental or administration approval.
Dezy Saint-Nolde, better known by her activist name, Queen Phoenix, spoke to a group of sixth graders at Sky Vista Middle School in Aurora, Colorado earlier this month.