School segregation is alive and well thanks to Woke America.
As the College Fix reports, a parents group has filed a civil rights complaint with the U.S. Department of Education alleging a Massachusetts school district held a racially exclusive student event.
Parents Defending Education claims the Wellesley Public Schools excluded white students from a Zoom meeting about anti-Asian hate crimes.
An invitation to the event was sent shortly after the March shootings of six Asian women in Atlanta.
“*Note: This is a safe space for our Asian/Asian-American and Students of Color, *not* for students who identify only as White,” the invitation stated, according to the complaint.
The invite continued: “If you identify as White, and need help to process recent events, please know I’m here for you as well as your guidance counselors. If you need to know why this is not for White students, please ask me!”
Such separate-but-equal treatment has been popping up all over the country, including in the Badger State.
The Madison Metropolitan School District found itself in trouble — again — after Madison West High School sent out an email inviting high school families to discuss “all the police brutality and violence that is going on,” according to the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. The school email said that it is “very necessary to have space for our families to discuss and process.” It then provided two different Zoom links; one for parents of color, the other for white parents.
The movement that’s ripping down statues of America’s founders in the name of “systemic racism” appears to me more in line with George Wallace and the segregationists of early-to-mid 20th century.
Read more at the College Fix.