Saturday, March 29, 2014

Invitation To Olathe Racism!?!?!

KCTV5 reports on a perfect example of reading, writing and communication skills on the decline in the suburbs: "On Wednesday, a letter was sent to Olathe South High School students by Assistant Principal Candy Birch. In the letter, Birch said in her role as activities director that she wanted to give students an additional opportunity to connect with each other . . . An upset student sent the letter to KCTV5, saying it was an outrage that the invitation was only extended to black students. Some parents said all students should have been afforded an opportunity to attend.

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Why does the school district call it a misunderstanding rather than a mistake? What was misunderstood?

Anonymous said...

This is just a trick to round them up in a warrant sweep

Anonymous said...

609: probably they told her to do an African American cultural day or something and she thought that meant take the black kids to the museum?

The lady doesn't seem like she did it out of malice. It's not like there are tons of blacks at Olathe South.

Anonymous said...

If that "Candy Bitch" had been white and the roles reversed here, she would have been summarily fired and banished from teaching forever. No, I'm NOT exaggerating either! This shit needs to stop and we must cease to appease the animals.

Anonymous said...

6:19 If you think there aren't "tons of blacks" at Olathe South, think again. Not as many as Olathe North but still a lot.

Anonymous said...

No problem, the blacks never come to spelling bees. Fucking racist school.

Anonymous said...

Will Spanky an Buckwheat be there?

nigger skolar said...

nigga dont ned no edumakashun cuase we be keepin it REAL!!!!

Anonymous said...

More of the fucking niggers ruining it all.

Anonymous said...

Too many people can't separate the word RACISM with RACE.

By far, not all acts involving the discussion or action directed towards a particular race is "RACIST".

Wake up people. Especially those of you in mass media. Here's another case where knowing HOW to broadcast isn't the same as being experienced and informed enough to know WHAT to broadcast.

Notherwords, journalism is about the art of communication. But it doens't make you an expert on the society about which you DO report!

Too many of you are very naive about the world outside your newsrooms! And so you MISREPORT constantly.