This school board bullshit is starting to wear thin.
[O]ur schools and classrooms must be safe spaces for dialogue and support on the issues raised by the Black Lives Matter movement … challenging all of our students and colleagues to recognize the innate value of Black lives will help all of our students grow because all lives cannot matter until Black lives do.
Starting to believe schools are better off burned to the ground than used as indoctrination centers.
Norton Shores is a 'white' suburb of Muskegon County, it has a White/Black ratio of 92/3; it wraps around Muskegon Heights which has a ratio of 16/78. The school's declaration is meaningless virtue signaling, and would also signal that they would rather succumb to the racism and violent messages behind the BLM movement, than teach your children useful things in order to survive and prosper in this world. Time to either change the dynamics or change your school if you live there. Rational school boards matter.
This is happening all over.
The statement below is from a citizen who opposes this movement and understands what's in store for America if this is not stopped.
*I am an immigrant who came from Korea. I serve many Korean families in Orange County through Children’s Ministries. Many Asians came here for a better life in America. Many risked their lives to escape a Communistic Regime. Communism uses propaganda to control people’s thinking. They control the media outlets and distort truth. They are mass manipulators for the sake of governmental oppression. They turn kids against their parents. I have lived in America for two decades and I can tell you, we are tip toeing on the edge of socialistic communism. This breaks my heart for America. The unions are behind these beliefs and yet teachers are too busy to notice. Teachers might think their union protects them, but when oppression ripens, no one is immune from its captivity. – Jinah Yi, Orange Unified School District parent, California.
This link to the CTA shows how teachers unions are trying to destroy our educatioin system not only locally but nationally. The following paragraph explains how whites are the oppressors.
“A highly organized system of ‘race’-based group privilege that operates at every level of society and is held together by a sophisticated ideology of ‘race’/color supremacy. Racism has a component of power and privilege.”
—Noel Cazanave, Darlene Alvarez Madden, Sociologists