Merrick Garland’s Son-in-law Company Issues Workshop Article that Says Trump Supporters are White Supremacists

A company for education that was co-founded by the son-in-law of Merrick Garland, the Attorney General, has issued a workshop for teachers that calls white supremacists all the supporters of the former President of US Donald Trump, Fox News informed.

The workshop was published by Panorama Education, a company co-founded by Alexander “Xan” Tanner, and covers the topics of systemic racism, but also includes one article that says that the Ku Klux Klan and Trump rallies’ attendees are examples of white supremacy.

The contested workshop from 2021, also covers resources for teachers, such as “How White Supremacy Lives in Our Schools“, which was issued by Altagracia Montilla, an author that describes themselves as a facilitator, freedom-dreamer, and a strategist that is devoted to disassembling oppressive systems.

The article also mentioned phrases such as “murderous police officers” which are also mentioned as examples of White Supremacy, and also argued that White supremacy is everywhere, present in every pore of the US society and reflected in the US institutions, including the schools.

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