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Biden Education nominee touted diversity speaker who claimed schools 'spirit murder' Black children

Added 01-19-21 05:29:02pm EST - “One of President-elect Biden's top Education Department? nominees hosted a diversity training during which she gave an "extremely complimentary"? introduction to its featured speaker, who has accused public schools of? "spirit murdering"…” - Foxnews.com

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One of President-elect Biden's top Education Department nominees hosted a diversity training during which she gave an "extremely complimentary" introduction to its featured speaker, who has accused public schools of "spirit murdering" of Black children.

Discovery Institute researcher Chris Rufo previously reported on the training, which took place under Unified San Diego School District Superintendent Cindy Marten, whom Biden named on Monday as his nominee for deputy secretary of education. An attendee's notes and screenshots of the presentation allege the speaker, Dr. Bettina Love, accused schools of engaging in "spirit murder" and dehumanizing Black people. 

That attendee, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, told Fox News that Love was introduced by Marten, who, they said, offered "glowing" remarks about Love. School board resident Richard Barerra similarly told Fox News on Tuesday that Marten's introduction was "extremely complimentary."

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