ATLANTA: Black Principal Segregates Students Based on Race

Vile, horrible racism — but worse, child abuse.

Parents Outraged After Black Principal Segregates Students Based on Race

By Taylor Penley, The Western Journal, August 12, 2021:

Judging people by the content of their character instead of the color of their skin is too simple to the progressive left these days.

We’ve seen this mindset exemplified in critical race theory, which teaches students that the past determines their future and that they are born with an inherent potential (or lack of potential) for success on the basis of skin color.

It’s a fatalistic and unfair take on the world that encourages racial minorities to believe they are somehow inherently less qualified than and suppressed by their white counterparts.

It’s a segregating mentality that says it’s okay to draw distinctions between people based on something outside of their control — even if it means reviving an unfair practice outlawed over half a century ago.

On that note, a shocking story came out of Georgia earlier this week, proving these reinvigorated racial divisions have gone way too far.

Principal Sharyn Briscoe is taking heat from parents for allegedly racially segregating students at Mary Lin Elementary School in Atlanta.

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