A leading Republican challenger to Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is laying out a pro-economic, pro-parent agenda for next year’s election while lacing into a Detroit area school district that declared that calling America a land of opportunity is an offensive “micro-aggression.”
Tudor Dixon, a small businesswoman, mother of four and former TV host, said the “21 Day Equity Challenge” recently sponsored by the Farmington Public School District that promoted Black Lives Matters and dissed American economic opportunity was a “very calculated” form of liberal manipulation of students.
“One of the things that we’re running on in this state is bringing back the American dream.” Dixon told Just the News on Thursday. “So if you can’t call America the land of opportunity, then you know, what is the future for America?”