Diversity, equity, inclusion . . . debateYossi Sheffi’s “DEI initiatives leave out the people who voted for Trump” exemplifies the conservative effort to seize upon the language of equity and inclusion in order to blunt that movement’s purposes. Amika Kemmler-ErnstJamaica PlainCall it ‘critical race history’ and teach it to allThe suggestion that critical race theory works only for graduate students is ridiculous on the face of it (“There’s cause for concern in teaching critical race theory” by Richard L. Cravatts). Calling it a “theory” to discredit accurate social history defrauds all of our children. There are reasons to create ‘safe spaces’Richard L. Cravatts’s op-ed regarding the teaching of critical race theory in schools is badly flawed. If BIPOC students (Black, indigenous, and people of color) are inhibited by white privilege, then there is reason to exclude white students from certain safe spaces.