March 19, 2021 (Photo Credit: NewsTalk 107.9 Facebook Page)
On Wednesday, March 17, Representative Ron Nate (R-Rexburg) was interviewed on the Neal and Julie show on NewsTalk 107.9 regarding the social justice controversy at Boise State University (BSU).
Earlier this week, BSU suspended UF 200 classes following student complaints. Members of the legislature have expressed concern about the classes promoting social justice ideology.
Today, Representative Nate posted the following on his social media:
“It’s official, BSU admits to systemic Social Justice / Critical Race Theory problems on campus and how some students are being targeted. They shut down all their University Foundations 200 courses, and instructed students on how to file grievances and complaints about mistreatment they may have endured in those courses or elsewhere on campus.”
A video of the interview can be seen on the NewsTalk 107.9 or the Nate for Idaho Facebook pages.