Conservatives are preparing for a “post-Trump” curriculum for students, according to an article published by The American Conservatives.
The syllabus, which will be part of the school’s first year of the new Trump administration, was written by “conservative” author Charles Murray, who is an academic at the University of Chicago.
Murray, whose book “The Bell Curve” sparked a media firestorm after it was published in 2015, is a former professor of social psychology at the prestigious University of California, Berkeley.
His new syllabi is part of an effort to teach students about race, gender, immigration, the environment and climate change.
“I have a personal interest in this subject because I have been a victim of racism,” Murray wrote.
“There are still so many things that are racist in America that I want to change.”
Murray’s new syllabuses, which have yet to be released, will focus on issues such as how Trump will address the nation’s racial problems, how to tackle climate change and how to prevent the spread of Ebola.
Murray told The American Council of Trustees and Alumni, the nonprofit that runs the campus newspaper The American, that the new syllabs will not be a “white nationalist” or “white supremacist” text.
Murray wrote in the article that he is not interested in promoting or endorsing any particular political party or ideology.
Instead, he is “proposing an inclusive, multiracial curriculum that will empower students to think critically and critically about how the world operates.”
“I want students to know that racism, sexism, homophobia, and ableism are not acceptable and will not go away, and that they are not powerless,” Murray said.
“My purpose is to provide an opportunity for students to be critical of their own lives, and to recognize that we are all part of this world, and it is our responsibility to work together to achieve greater equality.”
Murray did not immediately respond to a request for comment.