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Two college professors at Roosevelt University in Illinois were caught on a hot mic gloating about how they promote Marxist ideology to their college students.

Gina Harris and Ralph Martire were joining a February school board meeting for Oak Park and River Forest High School via Zoom when they began bragging about pushing their “social justice” and Marxist ideology, according to a report from West Cook News.

“I mean, it’s all social justice, all day, every day. I get to talk about the things I love all the time. All day, all night of my night classes,” Harris said of her job as an educator. “I’m really living the life over here.”

Harris teaches “middle school theory and practice” to future educators at Roosevelt. She called social justice “a part of everything” and a “foundation.”

“Yeah. I always flip out the kids that take my master’s class on fiscal policy and public budgets within the first three or four classes are devoted to the philosophy of social justice and how you organize society. We don’t talk about one, you know, budgetary item,” said Martire, who teaches public policy and public administration at the university.

“They’re like, oh, man. Professor Martire, this is a really weird way to teach a budget,” he continued.

Later, he added: “If you don’t understand your values, you can’t allocate resources among public priorities that are scarce, but all needed. Right?”

At this point in the video, someone tells the professors that their voices could be heard through the microphone in the high school’s auditorium.

“We’re cool with that,” Harris responded.


West Cook News reported that Harris also works as a teacher at Emerson Elementary in Maywood, Illinois.

Conservatives should forget about building social media platforms for a while and start building schools instead. Are you listening, MyPillow guy and former President Trump?