Buffalo’s school district tells students that “all white people play a part in perpetuating systemic racism”—while presiding over miserable student outcomes.
A New York City public school principal calls on white parents to “subvert white authority.”
Policymakers must understand that homelessness is primarily a human problem, not a housing problem.
A Philadelphia elementary school forces fifth-graders to celebrate “black communism” and host a Black Power rally to “free Angela Davis.”
Students at the United Nations International School launch an anonymous social media campaign denouncing their teachers as “racists” and “oppressors.”
A Missouri middle school forces teachers to locate themselves on an “oppression matrix” and watch a video of “George Floyd’s last words.”
A Cupertino elementary school forces third-graders to deconstruct their racial identities, then rank themselves according to their “power and privilege.”
San Diego’s school district tells white teachers that they are guilty of “spirit murdering” black children and should undergo “antiracist therapy.”
Video essay on homelessness—what drives it and what can be done.
Seattle school district claims education system is guilty of “spirit murder” against black children.