The most prestigious schools in New York seem to be unable to understand their obsession with the theology of awakening. After multiple scandals involving the injection of ultra-left ideas into the classroom, another school became a source of controversy again.
Parents of a group of children attending Spence School in Manhattan rejected the principal Bodie Brizendine apologized for a suspicious video broadcast to eighth graders. The video shows a comedian mocking white people and other offensive content. (Look: A mother rebelled after playing a “tar and feather” video of a white woman in an elite school)
After the video shown to the students caused an uproar, Brizending apologized via email.This New York Post The report stated that the government stated that it was “unacceptable to laugh at anyone at any time” and that the video was “not part of the Spencer course”. She also stated that the school “apologizes for the harm this has caused to anyone. [its] community. “
The parents have nothing.
A parent sent a letter to the principal stating that she felt “uneasy” after hearing the video, but Brizendine’s email “really pushed me to the edge”.
When the teacher showed an episode of comedian Ziwe Fumudoh’s show to her class, the noise started and she asked the writer Fran Lebowitz on the show:
What percentage do you hate white women? And there is a correct answer.
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Fumudoh also sat down with four white women named Karen, who she said had become synonymous with “disturbing, angry, and powerful, and usually racist, white women.”
In addition, the video also included Fumudoh reading the obscene lyrics of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s rap song “WAP” (aka “Wet Ass Py”) to feminist leader Gloria Steinem, and asking her if she felt “powered”. By them.
Another parent stated that Brizendine did not address the parents’ concerns. She and many other parents felt powerless to apologize, but just wanted them to shut up.
In other letters, parents pointed out that school is no longer a “priority” and that the principal has lost their trust and support. However, the Spencer School is not the only learning institution in New York that has encountered resistance in focusing on arousalism.
Parents of another exclusive organization, Dalton School, found that an educator, without their parents’ knowledge or consent, allowed their high school students to participate in a “pornographic literacy” seminar, which made them very angry. (Look: Parents were angry after discovering that New York Preparatory School taught more than just reading, “rituals” and “arithmetic”)
The same “educator” who taught the seminar also led a class where she taught masturbation and other sexual misconduct courses to elementary school students.
Before the clamor of Critical Race Theory (CRT) began to attract national attention, parents in schools in New York and elsewhere were already fighting school administrators’ obsession with arousalism. It is encouraging that more and more parents oppose it. But the question remains-how many of them happened without the parents’ knowledge?
This is another reason why parents need to be vigilant about the lessons being taught to their children. Hard-line leftists rely on the ignorance of their parents to instill their ideas into the students.