The Gwinnett County Board of Education on Thursday elected Tarece Johnson as its new chair.
Johnson, a Democrat, is in her second year on the board. She is the first Black woman to serve as chair.
When she was elected to the board, Johnson said she wanted to hire more bilingual teachers, increase diversity in the curriculum and expand early education. She’s opposed efforts to limit lessons on race in classrooms.
Johnson has made several visceral videos accusing America of being a racist nation and how she teaches her children about the racist system they apparently live in.
Over a dozen schools curriculums will now be under the guidance of Tarece Johnson