Pentagon equity chief praises book calling 9/11 first responders ‘menaces’ as she pushes for ‘revolution’


First on the fox – He described himself as “awakening” the Pentagon stock chief, and is currently Under investigation for anti-white tweets Revealed by Fox News Digital, it recommended a “social justice” book for classrooms that called 9/11 first responders “threats.”

Kelisa Wing is the Chief of Diversity, Equality and Inclusion in the Pentagon’s Education Wing – Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA). She is involved in the curriculum at the US Department of Defense, which serves more than 60,000 military-related children in 160 schools around the world, according to a press release announcing her position in December 2021.

Fox News Digital has found that on two occasions, the head of the US Department of Defense’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Department has promoted an anti-police book. “Between the World and Me” by Ta-Nhisi Coates While she was representing herself as an employee in the education wing of the Pentagon.

Kelisa Wing has written books on “White Privilege” and “Defunding the Police”.
(Fox News)

In his book Between the World and Me, Coates wrote of the 9/11 responders, “They were not human to me. Black, or white, or whatever, was a danger to nature; they were fire, comet, and storm, which could—without justification— break my body.”

The ‘WOKE’ section of the Defense Rights Chief writes anti-white posts:

The Pentagon was one of the targets of radical Islamic terrorists on 9/11. 125 people were killed in the Pentagon and 59 people were killed on American Airlines Flight 77.

according to Ministry of Defense The historian, “In the terrifying first minutes after the plane crashed into the building, the swift actions of survivors and rescue workers helped save the lives of many who would otherwise have been killed.”

In 2018, when Wing was a teacher, she advocated the use of “Between the World and Me” in the classroom in an article for “Digital Promise,” an Obama-era organization set up by Congress to help teachers monitor “threats of stereotypes” about students. Wing is currently on the nonprofit’s advisory board, according to her website.

The article recommended teachers to include material fromSocial Justice Book List. One of the recommended anti-police books is Between Me and the World.

“Your classroom materials should be a mirror to your students where they can see themselves represented in it,” the article said.

“We should also avoid getting into the trouble of teaching about the same historical people from different cultures as well (for example, focusing only on Martin Luther King Jr. or Harriet Tubman) when there is a wealth of diverse, historical and current people of color who we can choose to highlight.”

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Wing has also co-wrote a children’s book about Stop funding the policein which she explains to a young audience the differences between abolishing the police, defunding it, and dissolving it through anti-racist policies.

On another occasion, in 2021, Wing included “Between the World and Me” in a presentation for the DoDEA Stock Summit. The session video was captured by OpenTheBooks, a non-profit organization dedicated to government transparency.

Kelisa Wing reads a quote from

Kelisa Wing reads a quote from “Between the World and Me” during a DoDEA session.
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“I love this quote from his book and it makes me think about the kind of environment we put in our classrooms, in our schools…Do we see children as culprits?” Wing said during her presentation.

The quote from Coats said: “I have come to see streets and schools as weapons of the same beast. One enjoys the formal power of the state while the other enjoys its tacit consent. But fear and violence were a weapon of both.”

Wing commented, “I hope we set The environment in our schoolsin our system, where schools are not looking to not provide access to seeing our children in their full humanity and allowing them to succeed.”

Wing is currently under investigation for tweets that referred to the whites as “Karen[s]She ‘stressed with those whites in [professional development] sessions. “The matter will be submitted to the Undersecretary for Personnel and Readiness — Jill Cisneros — for a final decision 30 days after the initial review, which began on September 19, the Pentagon told Fox News.

Kelissa Wing, the Department of Defense's Head of Diversity, posts disparaging posts on white people on Twitter.

Kelissa Wing, the Department of Defense’s Head of Diversity, posts disparaging posts on white people on Twitter.
(Kelissa Wing/Twitter)

Wing’s Twitter said, “…this lady really has the power to say that blacks can be racist too… I had to stop the session and give Karen the job… We’re not the majority, we don’t have the power.”

“Caution” is a general term used to describe the boldness shown by whites.

On another occasion, Wing responded to a user who said, “I’m exhausted by 99% white men in education and 95% white women. Where can I get a break from white bullshit for a while?”

Wing replied, “If another Karen tells me about her feelings… I might lose her…”

As a result of these tweets, as well as books she co-authored, 22 House Republicans — including some members of the Armed Services Committee — demanded that Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin take “immediate action” to investigate her for “egregious bias.”

“This awakened ideology is destroying our military and poisoning the minds of American children,” said Representative Elise Stefanik, a New York Republican.

“If President Biden wants to know why there is a problem with hiring and low morale, he doesn’t need to look further,” said Senator Tom Cotton, R-Ark.

Kelissa Wing, director of the Department of Defense International in the Department of Defense Education Wing — known as the DoDEA — said it "The administrator woke up.

She’s a “vigilant director,” said Keelissa Wing, DEI’s chief official in the Department of Defense’s Education Division — known as DoDEA.
(Twitter / screenshot | Kelissa Suite)

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“This is very intentional. They put her in this place because [the Defense Department] It is another institution [the Biden administration] He has every intention of demolishing the ‘former CIA Director, Mike Pompeo, He said.

In June 2021, Biden signed an executive order that “activates[d]… the approach … that was first put in place in the Obama and Biden administrations “and directed all federal agencies into itCreation or promotion of senior diversity officials,” among other priorities.

US Department of Defense Administrator Thomas Brady said, “Kelissa Wing is the perfect fit person to lead our efforts in building on the foundational work that has been done to support meaningful change in our organization.”

“This new position will take a holistic approach to identifying and improving how to integrate practice Diversity, equality and inclusion In every aspect of the Department of Defense, from curricula and assessment to recruitment and professional development.”

After protecting her tweets, Kelisa Wing's Twitter account appears to have been deleted or deactivated following Fox News Digital's investigation into her social media history.

After protecting her tweets, Kelisa Wing’s Twitter account appears to have been deleted or deactivated following Fox News Digital’s investigation into her social media history.
(Kelissa Suite | Twitter / screenshot)

Wing said in September 2020 that she was trying to “completely demolish the system,” according to the nonprofit OpenTheBooks.

“I am anti-racist,” she said, according to the nonprofit. “[Anti-racist] It means I take an active stance to completely demolish, root out, rebuild and create something new, and that’s exactly what we need to do in education. I know this sounds really revolutionary and challenging but there are a lot of mechanisms and tools that can help us get there.”


Then an audience member asked Wing, “As we go through this racial arithmetic, is it time to really change education, transform the curriculum — is it time for a revolution?”

Wing responded “absolutely,” according to the nonprofit.

Jessica Chasmar of Fox News, Houston Kane and Charles Kretz contributed to this report.

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