trevor wrote: ↑October 14th, 2021, 2:20 pm
No, You are being ignorant. You demanded I point out a policy that I'm not a witness to, then said I was deflecting because I couldn't name it. I had to use a hypothetical because I knew the moment I said I couldn't name the policy I wasn't a witness to you would pounce and say there was no policy. I headed you off. What is this thing you have with whiteness? You really are ignorant.
<sigh> here we go again.
You're either being intentionally obtuse or are yourself staggeringly ignorant.
The ONLY reason this story I posted was a story
at all, is BECAUSE
of the use of the term "whiteness."
“At Richfield High School we believe in providing a rigorous and equitable education reflecting the strengths and experiences of our community. We believe students learn best when they feel safe and affirmed in who they are. Therefore, we commit to dismantling policies and processes that benefit whiteness and other systems of privilege.
The fact it was mentioned in the headline of the story should have provided a clue, but I suppose it slipped past your laser like and obviously vastly superior intellect anyway.
Had Mrs. Theien-Collins stopped after the second sentence, no one would have paid any attention, and this would have never been picked up at all.
Thus the very term you keep erroneously claiming is immaterial and studiously sidestep, is the only reason we know about it.
"Something profound and witty" - Famous Person Well Known for Profound Witty Quotes.