Critical Race Theory Implemented in Loudoun County, Virginia, After Backlash Over Woke 'Underground Railroad Simulation'

Critical Race Theory Implemented in Loudoun County, Virginia, After Backlash Over Woke 'Underground Railroad Simulation'


Critical Race Theory was implemented in Loudoun County Public Schools in Virginia, after backlash over a woke “underground railroad simulation” derived from Critical Race Theory, according to Fight for Schools, a political action committee combating the racist agenda transpiring in academia.

The event that triggered the Critical Race Theory debacle in Loudoun County, Virginia, was a so-called “runaway slave game” at Madison’s Trust Elementary School in 2019, according to a press release by Fight for Schools.

Physical education teachers at the elementary school had prepared an exercise known as the “Underground Railroad Simulation” — a 30-year-old program that’s actually derived from critical race theory studies, the PAC pointed out.

The simulation at Madison’s Trust was divided into seven learning stations, which included: moving quietly through obstacles, taking turns as an agent (like Harriet Tubman) to help other students through hurdles, navigating through the dark, and simulating the crossing of a river, among other activities.

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