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Brian Echevaria, a business owner running for the North Carolina General Assembly, attended a Cabarrus County School council hearing on Feb. 14, where he called racial education a “revolution of discrimination” and said parents were “the most powerful group in the world.” . countries “taking the helm” to make policy changes across the country, a video of the hearing showed.
Echevari, who called himself “bilingual, bilingual, [and] multicultural, ”said no school administration or curriculum has the right to call him or her children“ oppressed ”based on the color of their skin.
“The fact is that in America I can do whatever I want and teach it to my children,” he began his remark, “and a man who tells my skin the color of pecans that they are oppressed because of the color of their skin would be absolutely wrong and absolutely fought with me ”.
School board voted last Monday to return to the optional face mask policy in schools.
“What the masks have shown us is the parents, the most powerful group in the country. [are] returning the wheel, ”the business owner said.
“CRT is a big fat lie,” he continued in the video, “and parents don’t want that.”
Echevarria also described how some schools have allowed transgender people to participate in sports leagues, which he said could affect his own daughter.
“I don’t want a man swimming against her in the pool,” he said in the video. “And I don’t want the boys to play football against her. I don’t let my sons beat her, do you think I’ll let your sons beat her?”
On Thursday Echevar made Fr. appearance on “The Ingraham Angle” with presenter Laura Ingram, where he said America is the world’s greatest place for minorities.
“Obviously we have people who have financial problems and all that, but this is America. We can achieve our dreams,” Echevaria added.