Citizens for Renewing America believes critical race theory will "socially replace" white people.
Critical race theory is a decades-old academic movement which some conservatives claim is being used to indoctrinate students to hate America.
Over the summer, video of a heated school board meeting showed parents calling for Texas principal James Whitfield to be fired.
Dr. James Whitfield told Insider residents of his district repeatedly called for his firing because they believe he promotes critical race theory.
Texas Republicans targeted parts of the curriculum teaching about civil rights as part of their campaign against "critical race theory."
Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said that teachers who teach critical race theory should be fired "on the spot."
In "On Juneteenth," Gordon-Reed uses historical context and her personal background to explore how the celebration has influenced her life story.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson has repeatedly sought to stir fears about educating pupils about systemic racism.
Chip and Joanna Gaines were The Hollywood Reporter's July cover stars. They addressed accusations of racism and homophobia in the story.
Rosendale, who voted against the formation of a Juneteenth federal holiday, described the removal of certain statues as "attacks on American history."
The Texas Republican frequently derides cancel culture, but told Fox News that hammer thrower Gwen Berry's national anthem protest was too much.
Donald Trump called military leaders "weak and ineffective" after several top officials voiced their support for critical race theory this week.
Senate candidate Sean Parnell in an interview with "Tucker Carlson Tonight" railed against critical race theory, blasting it as a divisive discipline.
Ingraham said Pentagon efforts to root out white supremacists "just means conservative Evangelicals, as far as I can tell."
Former officials in the Trump administration believe that stirring hostility to critical race theory could a winning ticket for the GOP.
More than 200 people signed up to comment at the board's end-of-year meeting, but school officials shut it down when the crowd become unruly.
"And I personally find it offensive that we are accusing the US military ... of being, quote, 'woke' or something else," Gen. Mark Milley said.