Bruce Friedman, known for his appearance on Fox national news in July discussing pornographic books in school libraries, appeared before the Clay County School Board on August 4.
In the video below, Friedman and other parents presented their concerns in hopes Governor DeSantis’s new “Parental Rights in Education” law will help them assure students have access only to age-appropriate materials through their school libraries.
“I have 350 books I question from the school library, having spent a couple of hundred hours preparing for this meeting,” Friedman told The Free Press.
Friedman states in the video that he found Critical Race Theory content among the books. The theory purports that whites are oppressors and inherently all racist, and that minority groups are oppressed and disadvantaged.
Teachers are often criticized for shaming white children in class while creating a sense of hopelessness in the hearts of minority children. Critical Race Theory has been cited by parents as pitting their family members against each other in mixed-race familial settings.