A self-described “equity, diversity, and inclusion specialist” reportedly boasted on video that he intentionally broke Georgia law by selling Critical Race Theory (CRT) curriculum materials to teachers in multiple districts, and mocked Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and his wife for being unaware of his scheme.
Project Veritas published video on Wednesday morning that purported to show Dr. Quintin Bostic, who apparently acts as content manager for The Teaching Lab, unintentionally chatting to an undercover journalist for the group in a variety of contexts.
Using the name “diversity, equity, and inclusion,” or “DEI,” instead of CRT, according to the activist, is a smart method to sneak in the subject.
“I would say I’m a good salesman, but I’m also an evil salesman,” Bostic said.
Bostic then chastised the state for having “no idea” he’s promoting CRT products, pointing out that two districts — Cobb County and Fulton County — are using his materials.
The protester pointed out that instructors are ultimately responsible for the curriculum because they purchase it.
Kemp signed legislation in April 2022 to encourage curriculum openness for parents and to prohibit contentious ideas like CRT from being taught in the school.