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Sounds like a really good an innovative school. On it's website, it shows US News and World Report listed it among America's best high schools. No, surprise, Harry Boy is upset that the school is involved in issues of social justice. What exactly is Harry Boy against: Is he against the fact that an organization called Black Star Project is teaching students about nonviolent protest? Perhaps if the organization was called White Star Project, Harry Boy would be more comfortable?
"If" any school system teaches children to be activists or how to protest, they should all be fired immediately.
I am not saying it's happening, but I am saying it better not be happening.
That's really ridiculous. Students were learning about nonviolent protest. That is part of our democratic system. What you're saying is more like a point of view from the Soviet Union, Saddam's Iraq, or North Korea. Non violent protest is legal and an appropriate form of expression used by both the left and the right. It's part of the American way and always has been since at least the Boston Tea Party.
And this line from the article, which is not very useful, cracks me up: "...the school administrators, through Social Justice Week, gave a platform to community organizers who in turn provided students biased information..."
Oh No! Biased information in the schools! What's next?