Kentucky vs. Critical Race Theory

     Kentucky is now joining with many, many other states in considering legislation that would prohibit the state’s schools from pushing Critical Race Theory, as well as Sex-based discrimination by prohibiting the indoctrination of various insidious “divisive concepts”.   SB6 says, in part:

(a) “Divisive concept” means a concept that:

  1. One (1) race or sex is inherently superior or inferior to another race or sex;
  2. An individual, by virtue of the individual’s race or sex, is inherently privileged, racist, sexist, or oppressive, whether consciously or subconsciously;
  3. An individual should be discriminated against or receive adverse treatment because of the individual’s race or sex;
  4. An individual’s moral character is determined by the individual’s race or sex;
  5. An individual, by virtue of the individual’s race or sex, bears responsibility for actions committed in the past by other members of the same race or sex;
  6. An individual should feel discomfort, guilt, anguish, or another form of psychological distress solely because of the individual’s race or sex;
  7. A meritocracy is inherently racist or sexist, or designed by a particular race or sex to oppress another race or sex;
  8. The Commonwealth of Kentucky or the United States of America is fundamentally or irredeemably racist or sexist;
  9. Promotes or advocates the violent overthrow of the United States government;
  10. Promotes division between, or resentment of, a race, sex, religion, creed, nonviolent political affiliation, social class, or class of people;
  11. Ascribes character traits, values, moral or ethical codes, privileges, or beliefs to a race or sex, or to an individual because of the individual’s race or sex;
  12. The rule of law does not exist, but instead is a series of power relationships and struggles among racial or other groups;
  13. All Americans are not created equal and are not endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, including, life, liberty, and the 8 pursuit of happiness;
  14. Governments should deny to any person within the government’s jurisdiction the equal protection of the law;
  15. Includes race or sex stereotyping; or
  16. Includes race or sex scapegoating

     The bill also allows for aggrieved private parties to sue for up to $100,000 if the state forces these wicked concepts on them, forcing them to affirm said concepts.

     The full text, as introduced, can be read here or below:

Kentucky SB6 (2024) by ThePoliticalHat

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