Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt (R) signed a bill Friday banning the teaching of critical race theory in the state’s schools.
Stitt announced the signing of the bill, known as HB 1775, in a video posted to social media.
“Now more than ever we need policies that bring us together, not rip us apart,” Stitt said. “I firmly believe that not one cent of taxpayer money should be used to define and divide young Oklahomans about their race or sex.”
Stitt emphasized that the history of slavery and other historically significant “complexities” may be still be taught without having to assign racial “guilt” to students.
“Nothing in this bill prevents or discourages those conversations,” he added. “We can and should teach this history without labeling a young child as an oppressor, or requiring he or she feel guilt or shame based on their race or sex.”
Other Republican-led states such as Tennessee and Idaho have already banned the far-left’s critical race theory indoctrination from being taught in their schools, with the Texas Senate also passing a similar measure.
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