I want to unmask the lie that evolution denial is about religion and recognize that at its core, it is a form of white supremacy that perpetuates segregation and violence against Black bodies. Under the guise of “religious freedom,” the legalistic wing of creationists loudly insists that their point of view deserves equal time in the classroom. Science education in the U.S. is constantly on the defensive against antievolution activists who want biblical stories to be taught as fact.No, this is all crazy talk. There are no such creationists.
There are no US schools that are on the defensive about teaching biblical stories. They all teach evolution. This is a paranoid fantasy.
About 20 years ago, there was a school in Pennsylvania that tried to teach one sentence that offended the atheist evolutionists, and it led to a big court battle. The sentence was not even in a science class or part of the curriculum. But the atheist evolutionist claimed that it had a theological motivation, and forced it stopped.
Jerry Coyne explains some errors in the above essay, and points out how science has been corrupted by leftist anti-white thinking.
From the essay:
We are all descended genetically, and also culturally, from dark-skinned ancestors. Early humans from the African continent are the ones who first invented tools; the use of fire; language; and religion. These dark skinned early people laid down the foundation for human culture.Yes, we all evolved from Africans. Some of us more than others, perhaps.
She seems to want to compare what inventions and culture came from what skin colors. Okay, if that helps, pour it on. I doubt that any European use of tools, fire, language, or religion is traceable to Black Africans. If so, it would have been 50,000 or more years ago.