Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Student Racial Outrage Confronts Overpriced Kansas City Art Institute

Just for giggles, here's a glimpse at a debate betwixt young artists and their school administration over racial justice at a nearly all-white local institution. 

The punchline . . . Wealthy patrons pay BIG BUCKS for this drama that they mostly find entertaining but tragically, rarely helps people find jobs.

Enjoy . . .

KCAI Suspends BIPOC Student Over Critique of Trustee's Charitable Conflicts

Kansas City Art Institute (KCAI) student Dante Moore received a suspension for displaying critical remarks of KCAI Chairman of the Board of Trustees Frank Uryasz III. Moore must present his case before the school administration on October 15, 2020.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Uryaz is your ass!

Bandit said...

I TOL' YA SO KANSAS SHITTY! Had enough yet or do you want to continue eating each other?

Anonymous said...

My old school is having problems? Not if I was there.

From,
The Ghost of Bob Berdella

Anonymous said...

SJWs are never satisfied.

Anonymous said...

LMAO

Bandit said...

I'm enjoying this going down in flames.

Charlie Horse said...

Identifying someone as a BIPOC student is the stupidest thing I've heard in years. So he's a black fudge packer who wrote on the walls and thinks it's a worthy mid term project? Hahahaha.

Charlie Horse said...

Looking through the BIPOC's list of demands, I found they are steeped in Critical Race Theory aka Get Whitey.

As fudgepackers we demand that all KCAI administration, faculty, board and staff must have mandatory education on cultural humility, implicit bias and accountability bi-annually, as well as before going on a search committeenot apply. Whities need not apply.

Bandit said...

Dead on balls accurate Charlie Horse!

Anonymous said...


LOL! Two-fer freebie Democrat Affirmative Action scholarship scammer getting his panties in a bunch over people GIVING ..not taking.. to the school.

Anonymous said...

I'm puzzled. Mr. Moore claims he is an honor student, yet there is no honors program at KCAI. He claims that "It had been a few months since school started" yet school started August 31. Also, "Then you get to KCAI that first year, and by the end of the first semester, so many people have dropped out.”. Perhaps the demanding curriculum of the Foundation year does what it is intended to do-weed out the unmotivated and untalented.

Anonymous said...

Further, "Informality asked Moore if this school is private and not held to schools receiving state or federal support, why would he continue his studies at KCAI? " However, It is a private school that receives federal funds and is subject to all Title IX regulations.
Also, perhaps Informality's writer needs to go to school to learn to construct more understandable sentences and paragraphs.