Stephen M. Lepore
October 10, 2021
An education firm that was co-founded by the son-in-law of US Attorney General and former Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland is under fire for issuing resources that claims former President Trump’s supporters are white supremacists.
Alexander ‘Xan’ Tanner, 30, is a founder and the president of Panorama Education, an analytical software and services company in Boston. He married Attorney General Garland’s daughter Rebecca in 2018.
It includes a link to an article that calls both Ku Klux Klan members and President Trump’s supporters ‘examples of white supremacy.’
‘SEL as Social Justice: Dismantling White Supremacy Within Systems and Self,’ the Panorama workshop in question, features several ‘resources’ for teachers, including one that links to a Medium article titled ‘How White Supremacy Lives in Our Schools, written by Altagracia Montilla.