Radical Leftists Put Up Racist Poster in B.C. Schools About White Privilege
A racist poster campaign at a school district in British Columbia's Interior aimed at 'creating conversations about racism and privilege' has struck a nerve with parents and Canadians.
Schools in the Gold Trail District hung up the posters featuring officials sharing their experiences with 'racism' in January, but a comment about "white privilege" has some parents now questioning the purpose of the campaign.
The poster at the centre of the debate features a photo of district superintendent Teresa Downs next to her quote that reads: "I have unfairly benefited from the colour of my skin. White privilege is not acceptable."
Of course, the narrative being pushed in public schools often demonize white people and it is seen as socially acceptable to bash them. Just imagine how a white child feels when they are told not to ever speak over people of colour and told they should feel guilt because of their skin.
It would be interesting to see just how many of these overpaid white-guilt virtue signalling Liberals will be resigning from their positions of 'privilege' and handing the jobs over to people of colour though.