The children of our servicemembers are educated in K-12 public schools run by a Defense Department sub agency known as Education Activity (DoDEA). Over 60,000 children attend these schools funded by a $3.1 billion budget.
Wing was appointed as the DEI boss for DoDEA. Under Biden, every part of the government has to have an equity plan and its equity political commissars get a blank check for transforming agencies, departments and setting agendas.
A good deal has already been written about Wing’s hateful views, but considering her role within a military setting, her support for Ta-Nehisi Coates’ racist book is also important.
Fox News Digital found that on two occasions DoDEA’s diversity, equity and inclusion chief promoted the anti-police book “Between the World and Me” by Ta-Nehisi Coates while representing herself as an employee of the Pentagon’s education wing.
Coates wrote in “Between the World and Me” about 9/11 responders, “They were not human to me. Black, white, or whatever, they were menaces of nature; they were the fire, the comet, the storm, which could — with no justification — shatter my body.”
The Pentagon was one of the targets of radical Islamic terrorists on Sept. 11; 125 people in the Pentagon and 59 people aboard American Airlines Flight 77 were killed.
Now this woman was positioned to indoctrinate tens of thousands of military kids with her hateful, racist and anti-American worldview and values.
This is the enemy within.
Wing’s racist worldview, like those of most equity commissars, draws on books like “Between the World and Me”, which, despite its ugly racism and general hatred, helped begin the cascade of black nationalist racist texts.
“when he watched 9/11, slightly stoned, on the roof of his Brooklyn building, he recalls that he felt nothing at all.”
Despite that, Coates was invited to speak at West Point.
A writer who once called 9/11 first responders “menaces of nature” is set to speak at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Fox News learned Tuesday.
Ta-Nehisi Coates, a provocative journalist for The Atlantic, is scheduled to give a lecture at the New York school on April 12 in a talk hosted by the Department of English and Philosophy. The speech, which is not yet listed publicly by West Point, is billed as the Second Annual Zengerle Family Lecture in the Arts and Humanities.
The woke rot is there and it’s deep. Kelisa Wing is only one symptom of it. The status of Coates is an even deeper one.
These people hate America and they hate all of us.