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Episode 180-"CRT, Sex Ed and Other School Issues" Guest: Dr. Carol Swain Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

    • Kids & Family

Being raised in abject poverty, Dr. Carol Swain pressed on, worked hard, and eventually received five degrees,
becoming a professor in prestigious universities across the nation, whose work has been cited by the United States
Supreme Court. Her story is one that portrays the true American spirit and dream. In this episode, Dr. Swain
engages with Dr. Meg in an eye-opening discussion between two professionals, an African American and a
Caucasian, whose conversation shines a fresh perspective on many important topics that our nation is facing today.
Some topics covered:
 
• How the Civil Rights Movement wasn’t just for black people, it was for everyone
• Why CRT is divisive, demeaning to blacks, and a violation of the Civil Rights Act
• What is the birthdate of CRT? What does it argue? What are the effects on our children?
• The importance of good role models (who don’t always look like you)
• How the government is trying to create a dangerous, destructive artificial equality system
• The emphasis on indoctrinated social engineering in schools, rather than on reading, writing,
math, history, science
• The differences that Dr. Swain saw in university students after 2012
• Gender dysphoria and sex education in our schools: Critical Queer Theory / Diversity,
Equity, Inclusion Training
• Shaming and bullying kids who don’t go along with the narrative / Created friction and
grievances that kids must endure
FROM THE PRODUCER
Thanks for listening to Episode #180, CRT, Sex Education & Other School Issues, and for helping Dr. Meg’s
parenting revolution reach more than SEVEN MILLION downloads! Please subscribe, rate and leave a review for us
on iTunes!
 
Get Social with Dr. Meg on Facebook & Instagram @MegMeekerMD
Check out Dr. Meg’s parenting resources and tools! www.meekerparenting.com

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Being raised in abject poverty, Dr. Carol Swain pressed on, worked hard, and eventually received five degrees,
becoming a professor in prestigious universities across the nation, whose work has been cited by the United States
Supreme Court. Her story is one that portrays the true American spirit and dream. In this episode, Dr. Swain
engages with Dr. Meg in an eye-opening discussion between two professionals, an African American and a
Caucasian, whose conversation shines a fresh perspective on many important topics that our nation is facing today.
Some topics covered:
 
• How the Civil Rights Movement wasn’t just for black people, it was for everyone
• Why CRT is divisive, demeaning to blacks, and a violation of the Civil Rights Act
• What is the birthdate of CRT? What does it argue? What are the effects on our children?
• The importance of good role models (who don’t always look like you)
• How the government is trying to create a dangerous, destructive artificial equality system
• The emphasis on indoctrinated social engineering in schools, rather than on reading, writing,
math, history, science
• The differences that Dr. Swain saw in university students after 2012
• Gender dysphoria and sex education in our schools: Critical Queer Theory / Diversity,
Equity, Inclusion Training
• Shaming and bullying kids who don’t go along with the narrative / Created friction and
grievances that kids must endure
FROM THE PRODUCER
Thanks for listening to Episode #180, CRT, Sex Education & Other School Issues, and for helping Dr. Meg’s
parenting revolution reach more than SEVEN MILLION downloads! Please subscribe, rate and leave a review for us
on iTunes!
 
Get Social with Dr. Meg on Facebook & Instagram @MegMeekerMD
Check out Dr. Meg’s parenting resources and tools! www.meekerparenting.com

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

40 min

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