Category: Education

UNH Student Group Demands Condemnation of Cinco de Mayo Cultural Appropriation

A student group at the University of New Hampshire is demanding that administrators condemn cultural appropriation on campus such as students wearing ponchos and sombreros on Cinco de Mayo. University of New Hampshire student Danique Montique berated one of her peers on Cinco De Mayo over his decision to wear a poncho. She posted the video to her Facebook page, where many of her classmates praised her for her courage in confronting the student. “What’s the point of wearing a poncho? If you’re not Mexican, it’s not your holiday,” Montique shouted. “This stuff actually affects people’s lives, and I...

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Parents Are ‘Fighting Back’ Against Transgender Ideology in Public Schools

Fairfax County, Virginia, has become the front line in the battle between American families and those who would impose transgender ideology on school children. The Family Research Council will host a live discussion about this battle that will be live-streamed beginning at noon EDT Friday. Panelists taking part in the discussion will include: Elizabeth Schultz is a Fairfax County School Board member, serving a second term on the board of the 10th largest school division in the nation. Ms. Schultz received the first STAND Award by Bishop E.W. Jackson at the National Awakening Conference “for her bold stand for...

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San Diego schools criticized for effort against Islamophobia

One of the nation’s largest school districts has launched a campaign against Islamophobia, drawing praise and criticism. The San Diego Unified School District’s multiyear plan includes a letter addressing Islamophobia to staff and parents of its 132,000 students. The letter is expected to be drafted and sent before Ramadan begins in late May. The district is also reviewing internal staff calendars to make sure Muslim holidays are recognized. The plan drew little attention when the board approved it 4-0 on April 4.  Public comments from staff and community members were uniformly positive. Pushback gradually spread on the internet and...

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Horrific Plot Revealed By Teens Regarding Classmates at their middle school

A trio of teens was charged with a violent plot to “kill everyone and anyone” at their Michigan middle school, according to court records. Lapeer County Assistant Prosecutor David Campbell read chilling words allegedly written by Gunnar Rice in Lapper County District Court on Monday, detailing what he allegedly planned to undertake at Zemmer Middle School in Lapeer, a city of roughly 8,000 about 20 miles east of Flint. Rice, 14, wrote that he wanted to “exterminate all the [expletive] animals at this school,” Campbell said during Monday’s arraignment, MLive.com reported. “We’ll kill everyone and anyone of our choosing.”...

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Notre Dame Students Claim VP Pence’s Presence on Campus Makes Them Feel ‘Unsafe’

The uproar at the University of Notre Dame over Vice President Mike Pence’s upcoming commencement address has escalated, as students are now claiming that his presence on campus will make them feel “unsafe.” Seniors Imanne Mondane and Jourdyhn Williams have started a whiteboard message campaign to express their concern over the selection of Mike Pence as the university’s commencement speaker. Over the past week, Mondane and Williams have taken photographs of students with quotations from Pence that the two seniors feel are “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic.” “For me personally, [Pence] represents the larger Trump administration,” Senior Immane Mondane told...

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