A former member of a black militia group was removed by police from a school board meeting after he told parents who opposed CTR he had ‘over a thousand soldiers ready to go' who were ‘locked and loaded' to support critical race theory. Many parents said they felt ‘threatened' and ‘scared' after the meeting.
“For those who got an issue with this critical race theory equity, this is something I fight for, for my children,” said a man identified as Malikk Austin – who was once part of The Brotherhood Movement. “How dare you come out here and talk about the things that my daddy and my grandparents went through, the lynching, the oppression, Jim Crow, and my kids are still being afflicted by this.”
“I’m gonna bring my soldiers with me next time. Locked and loaded,” Austin told other parents, claiming that his “First Amendment rights” allowed him to make such statements and threats.
The board meeting was held by the Fort Worth Independent School District on November 9 and was devoted in part to the teaching of critical race theory.
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