A teaching activist and self-styled “equity, diversity, and inclusion specialist” allegedly appeared to boast on video that he intentionally breaks Georgia law by selling Critical Race Theory (CRT) curriculum materials to teachers in multiple districts, and mocked Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and his wife for being unaware of his scheme.
Video released by investigative organization Project Veritas on Wednesday morning appeared to show Dr. Quintin Bostic, who reportedly serves as content manager for The Teaching Lab, unknowingly speaking to an undercover journalist for the organization in numerous settings.
“I would say I’m a good salesman, but I’m also an evil salesman,” Bostic brags about selling the CRT curriculum to be used on kids in kindergarten.
According to the activist, using the term “diversity, equity, and inclusion,” or “DEI,”