Buffalo schools fail kids when teaching that all White people play part in systemic racism: Rufo - Fox News

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Buffalo schools have adopted a curriculum that pushes the controversial idea that all White people perpetuate systemic racism, while 80% of its students fail to reach proficiency in reading and writing, an editor said Wednesday.  City Journal editor Chris Rufo, during an appearance on "The Ingraham Angle," said the "diversity czar" of Buffalo public schools was caught on tape saying she believes that America's sickness leads some White people to believe Black people are less than human.  One of the district's instructional materials also includes the assertion that "all White people play a part in perpetuating systemic racism." He said the narrative of system racism has also spread to schools across the country, which shifts attention away from "their own abysmal failure to educate kids." BUFFALO'S SCHOOL DISTRICT TELLS STUDENTS THAT 'ALL WHITE PEOPLE PLAY A PART IN PERPETUATING SYSTEMIC RACISM' "Woke academics and

The Truth About the Absurdly Charmed Life of Tom Brady - E! NEWS

The Truth About the Absurdly Charmed Life of Tom Brady - E! NEWS


The Truth About the Absurdly Charmed Life of Tom Brady - E! NEWS

Posted: 08 Feb 2021 12:00 AM PST

Asked what it would mean to him to win his seventh ring, Brady said, "It would just be cool to accomplish it this time. I don't compare them to the other times. Those are all magical moments in my life, and no one can ever take those away from me, and hopefully we can finish this season strong and win a Super Bowl. That's why we're here, that's why we're playing. It'd make for a really magical season for us."

Magical being the operative word throughout so much of Brady's career. So why stop now, or in two years?

Asked if he still thought of playing past 45, the answer was, "Yeah, definitely."

"I definitely would consider that," he continued. "It's a physical sport. Just the perspective I have on that is you never know when that moment is [to stop]. Just because it is a contact sport. There's a lot of training that goes into it. And it has to be 100 percent commitment from myself to keep doing it."

He continued, "I think I'll know when it's time. I don't know when that time will come, but I think I'll know. And I'll understand that I gave everything I could to this game. You put a lot into it. I don't think I could ever go at this game half-ass. I've got to put everything into it. When I put it all out there [and] I feel like I can't do that anymore, I don't feel like I can commit to the team in the way the team needs me, then I think it's probably time to walk away."

A picture-perfect sunset will surely be happy to oblige.

Harvard College gets its courses online - Harvard Magazine

Posted: 16 Oct 2020 09:21 AM PDT

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