A pitched battle has ensued for many years between university forces in favor of CRT and legislators opposed to it. Several laws have passed trying to curtail elements of DEI from advancing on campus, with mixed success. See https://criticalrace.org/schools/?state=oklahoma for details on the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University. Oklahoma passed a law earlier this year banning CRT from elementary education.
“Any person who wishes to engage in noncommercial expressive activity on campus shall be permitted to do so freely”
“raises alarm bells about the state of free expression and freedom of conscience at Oklahoma’s flagship university”
“required trainees to acknowledge their agreements with the university’s approved political viewpoints”
“department chairs objected to the move primarily on procedural grounds”
No, the bill does not ban you from teaching certain parts of history. The bill says that “no teacher shall require or make part of a course that one race or sex is inherently superior to another race or sex.”