Georgia School Board District’s First Black Woman Chair Targeted

Tarece Johnson, Ed.D., the first Black woman chair of the Gwinnett County School Board, recently came under attack by conservatives upset about her racial justice TikTok videos.

Black school board members and education professionals across the country are under attack for their commitment to equity and justice. Approximately two weeks after one of Georgia’s most diverse school districts elected its first Black woman chair, Tarece Johnson, Ed.D., finds herself under attack by conservatives for her commitment to equity and justice.

Sen. Burt Jones, a Republican candidate for Georgia lieutenant governor, called for an investigation into Johnson’s implemented policies and decisions based on her public-facing comments and teachings about systemic racism. From his inquiry, it doesn’t sound like he knows the school board’s function but is undoubtedly trying to drum up points with the base ahead of the spring primary election.  

If only people crying about censorship and freedom of speech for multimillionaire podcasters showed concerns for government targeting people like Johnson.

Following the contrived outrage by conservative media outlets and social media platforms, Jones expressed concern about how Johnson’s leadership would impact students and whether she was in violation of any laws. Continue Reading



Related Posts

Covid-19 rips through West Virginia women’s prison as federal agency takes heat

Share this (SOURCE)

Women’s Prison Dubbed ‘Rape Club’ Fostered Culture Of Abuse, Probe Finds

Share this (SOURCE)

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Add Comment *

Name *

Email *