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Guest Avail Kevin McGary

President of the Frederick Douglass Foundation of California
President, Co-Founder of Every Black Life Matters

The CA State Board of Education approved the High School Ethnic Study Curriculum: 


Incorporates Critical Race Theory in multiple subjects

  • Education requires bi-partisan efforts.
  • Getting rid of objective testing - tests do not matter any more. 
  • Standardized testing is 'racist' -- this is politics in education.
  • Anyone who stands in the way of this CRT mission will be marginalized and worse.
  • Whistleblowers (teachers) came with blatantly discriminatory (ethnic studies) information.
  • White teachers spirits are 'murdering' our students.
  • Education systems have bought into these systems.
  • This is an underground issue. Its not fully exposed to parents.
  • Parents do not know what they are teaching their children.
Dr. Wenyuan Wu, the executive director of Californians For Equal Rights Foundation, discusses what critical race theory is and how it could impact the students’ academic performance.

Must watch VIDEO Interview.

The US Department of Education Is Proposing to federally mandate Critical Race Theory and the 1619 Project for K-12 children (an outline of the proposal is here –


A Critical Eye on Critical Race Theory


We Are Not Helpless

Full Article here.

Statements by Kevin McGary:

What do you see as the accurate definition of Critical Race Theory?

Critical Race Theory, as its name suggests, is a theory, so by definition it’s an amorphous term. Even if you would ask the academics that initiated it, you would probably get different responses.

What I can say is that if you look at the outcome that its proponents want, it focuses on labeling who is the oppressor and who is the oppressed. It views the world through the prism of a power dynamic where hegemonic forces align and control society based on race and their goal is to tear down that perceived hegemonic framework.

What is your view on Critical Race Theory’s claims that America is plagued by systemic racism?

I agree with the premise that there is racism inherent to the system, but I take issue with the direction they see it coming from.

There is a long history of racism in this country going back to slavery and segregation. Both those systems were started and elongated by people who hated blacks.

But that is only part of the story.

From the founding of the nation through the Civil War, there were two factions in this country, one that supported slavery and another that abhorred it. To look at the abolitionist movement and hundreds of thousands of white people who literally put their lives on the line to set blacks free in the Civil War and then to say that all whites are colonizers and oppressors is ridiculous.

I think if you want to look at systemic racism, a good place to look is at a person like Margaret Sanger, who advocated for a system designed to limit the black population and which bears much guilt for hurting black family life.

People like Lyndon B. Johnson, who put social welfare policies in place that made blacks permanently dependent on government entitlement programs, also helped create a situation that is systemically racist, but that’s not what Critical Race Theory proponents talk about.

I am all for teaching the good, bad, and ugly of American history, but leaving these points out of the Critical Race Theory’s historical critique betrays how politically motivated their position is.

What do you feel is the effect of the propagation of Critical Race Theory’s ideas on blacks in America today?

The effect is that it infantilizes and demeans blacks. These are mostly a group of upper-crust whites saying that I as a black person can’t get anywhere because they have all the power and that in order to change that, they have to abdicate or be brought down so that I can get a little of that power, but that without that, I will never go anywhere.

It’s not true and it’s demeaning. If Fredrick Douglass and Booker T. Washington and a lot of other great American blacks would have thought this way, they never would have even tried to get out of their plight.

We are not the helpless people that these academics seem to think we are. We are resilient and we possess the power to overcome the challenges we may face.

What do you think are some ways that would be helpful to address some of the racial tensions that received a great deal of attention over the past year?

What would be helpful would be to have conversations about the real plight of black people. There is real racism and we don’t have the equality and inclusion that we should, but in my opinion a lot of this is because of the policies of the American left, the same people who pretend to be our greatest defenders.

The same goes for education.

People like Nancy Pelosi send their own children and grandchildren to private schools, but they won’t support school choice, which could open those opportunities up to a lot of blacks and Hispanics who could benefit from it.

Her attitude is that we need to keep our public school platforms so that blacks and Hispanics can go there, and school choice would take away from that.

The message is that they, white-privileged liberals, have education opportunities open to them, but blacks should remain dependent on what the government offers them.

This is abhorrent.

We should be encouraging blacks to have healthy and flourishing nuclear families for children to grow up in.

We need educational choice to help level the playing field and help more blacks compete with other ethnic groups.

What is happening is that blacks are used as pawns. We are looked at and viewed as a dependable voting bloc and not as respectable citizens who can become successful members of society.

Finally. A group that truly believes that Every Black Life Matters.

There is only One Race

Scientifically speaking there is only one race. The human race, endowed by the Creator with certain Inalienable rights. However, there are many cultures and ethnicities.

  • Color is not an indication of either as within ethnicities, there are multiple cultures and within cultures there are multiple ethnicities.
  • An African American of Ghanaian heritage growing up in the Inner city will have a completely different culture than an African American of the same heritage growing up in Sunnyvale, CA or an African growing up in Ghana.
  • A person growing up in North Dakota will have a completely different culture than a person growing up in Norway, though they have the same ethnicity.
  • A person may be of multiple ethnicities, but share the same culture with their neighbor of a completely different ethnic background.

Irrespective of ethnicity or culture, every life matters!

When there are injustices, they must be dealt with. But all attempts to create an artificial racial divide must be met with strong resistance or our nation will crumble and be taken over by totalitarianism. We can not, we must not, we should not be divided. Stand with us.

We are called Every Black Life Matters. And the reason why [is], we wanted to specifically be in the exact same lane as BLM, but we wanted to reframe all of the major arguments. 

So our pillars are protecting black life from the womb to the tomb, protecting the nuclear family, encouraging fatherhood, free markets, and capitalism, and school choice. These are the things that make a notable difference in black life and we wanted to express the sentiment that black life indeed does matter. 

And right now we have some systemic plights that are strategically against black life in certain areas that we’d like to address and so we started Every Black Life Matters. We’ve changed, reframed all of the major arguments, and we’re excited that we have so many people that are coming alongside as donors, supporters, prayer partners, and encouraging the work.

Two Silicon Valley IT Professionals available to discuss Every Black Life Matters.

Kevin McGary, Pres of Every Black Life MattersAbout Kevin McGary

President & Co-Founder,  Every Black Life Matters Kevin McGary is an entrepreneur, author, and public speaker. In the arena of civic engagement, Kevin serves as Chairman of the Frederick Douglass Foundation of California, and is an executive with the Douglass Leadership Institute and the Northstar Leadership PAC. 

As a professional, Kevin has worked the past 35 years in Information Technology. He has been designated a “Top Performer” throughout his sales career in the arenas of Cybersecurity, Enterprise Applications, Application Development Automation and Enterprise Job Scheduling/Utilities. He has entrepreneurial skills as he has started and participated in a number of “start-ups!” Kevin leads a collection of proactive individuals committed to developing innovative and new approaches to today's socio/political issues, and with the assistance of elected officials and myriad of community activists, he lectures and provides workshops about todays most perplexing issues.

About Neil Mammen

Neil MammenExecutive VP, Co-Founder of Every Black Life Matters Neil is the co-founder of Every Black Life Matters, supporting life from the womb to natural death; and founder of, an apologetics, theology, and evangelization ministry. Apologetics is the investigation and defense of the truth of Christianity using facts, reason, science, history, archaeology, and philosophy.

Neil is a speaker at conferences around the U.S. NPR debating Eric Rothschild of the ACLU and Eugenie Scott; and on over 40 radios shows including the Bob Dutko Show, the Lars Larson Show, the Sam Sorbo Show, the Eric Metaxas Show, American Family Radio and on KKLA with the late Frank Pastore. He is the President of the Values Advocacy Council, has spoken for the Family Check out:

About Every Black Life Matters

VISION: To help individuals in the Black community grow and prosper in mind, body and Spirit by eliminating disproportional injustices that hinder Black advancement.

MISSION: Our mission is to protect black life from conception to death by confronting injustice and deconstructing barriers inside and outside the black community through a national platform of training, networked resources, community organizing and faith building.

Irrespective of ethnicity or culture, every life matters! When there are injustices, they must be dealt with. But all attempts to create an artificial racial divide must be met with strong resistance or our nation will crumble and be taken over by totalitarianism. We can not, we must not, we should not be divided.

EBLM’s stance for justice is an embodiment that we stand for Black life (and all other life) from womb to natural death. This notion is why we declare we are a preeminent justice organization. We do not embrace partiality in the womb, nor in “the street.” We are determined to help citizens, communities, and law enforcement remain vigilant to embrace impartiality as we encounter one another.

A “just” response to injustices gripping America must begin with an embrace of life (all life in the womb), then an embrace of intentional impartiality. This means, we reject nomenclature and movements that separate and divide us (i.e. “White Fragility,” “1619 project,” and the like); all these movements support wanton racist abortions targeting the Black community, and they further foment injustice by pitting one ethnicity against another based on degree of melanin in skin. Notably, this is grotesquely unjust!

The schemes to exterminate Blacks, coupled with the fact that Blacks have suffered an indiscriminate and disproportional loss of over 25 million (and entire generation) via abortion, is what motivates Every Black Life Matters to stand for “Black life” and for justice for all….Are you with us?

Fox News Interview of Kevin McGary, President of Every Black Life Matters
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