Muslim-Americans find common ground with conservatives over politicization of America's schools
An alliance is forming in some communities across the country between Muslim American parents and conservative groups over what they see as leftist, woke politicization of America's schools.
Muslim Americans have increasingly begun showing up at school boards from Minnesota to Virginia to excoriate education officials for embracing woke priorities, including critical race theory, and allowing explicit materials in the classroom.
"We’re hearing from folks in the community that they’re tired of the politicization of the schools their children attend," said Preya Samsundar, the Republican National Committee's Midwest communications director. "It’s not just...