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Bill Maher & Megyn Kelly Discuss How Liberalism Is Starting To Create More Racist Than Its Defeating! (Live Broadcast)

Bill Maher & Megyn Kelly Discuss How Liberalism Is Starting To Create More Racist Than Its Defeating! (Live Broadcast)

by February 27, 2021 0 comments

Everyone Is Seeing It!
By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

Mark Federman reportedly sent parents a pamphlet asking them to rate their 'whiteness'

Mark Federman reportedly sent parents a pamphlet asking them to rate their ‘whiteness’

New York City principal sent parents documents asking them to reflect where they land on a scale of ‘whiteness’ from ‘white supremacists’ to ‘white abolitionists,’ it was revealed on Monday.

Mark Federman, the principal of East Side Community High School, first shared the material with staff before he reportedly sent the survey to parents at the public school in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, education officials told the New York Post.

The ‘8 White Identities’ graphic includes a colored meter ranging from red to green, indicating that those who identify in tiers including white supremacists are bad and those who identify as white abolitionists are good.

It was not immediately clear if the documents were intended solely for the parents or for them to discuss with their children. 

The curriculum on which the documents were based was developed by Barnor Hesse, an Associate Professor of African American Studies, Political Science, and Sociology at Northwestern University, according to the New York Post.

The graphics themselves appear to have been developed by the Slow Factory Foundation, a nonprofit group dedicated to climate change and race advocacy.

‘There is a regime of whiteness, and there are action-oriented white identities,’ Hesse wrote above the eight-point list.

‘People who identify with whiteness are one of these.’

White supremacists, perceived to be the worst grouping in the list, believe in a ‘clearly marked white society that preserves, names, and values white superiority,’ according to the graphic.

The '8 white identities' document was apparently designed by the Slow Factory Foundation off a curriculum reportedly created by Barnor Hesse, a professor at Northwestern University

The ‘8 white identities’ document was apparently designed by the Slow Factory Foundation off a curriculum reportedly created by Barnor Hesse, a professor at Northwestern University

The next level down is ‘white voyeurism,’ which are people who ‘wouldn’t challenge a white supremacist.’ People in this group are described as desiring non-whiteness because its ‘interesting’ and ‘pleasurable.’

This group ‘seeks to control the consumption of and appropriation of non-whiteness,’ according to the graphic.

Northwestern University Professor Barnor Hesse came up with the 8 White Identities scale

Northwestern University Professor Barnor Hesse came up with the 8 White Identities scale

In the next tier, ‘white privilege,’ people may ‘critique white supremacy’ while those below them, ‘white benefit,’ are sympathetic to non-white issues ‘but only privately.’

The graphic notes that some people of color also fit into the ‘white benefit’ category, though does not explain further.

In the next category, white confessional, white people ‘seek validation’ from people of color and ‘exposure of whiteness takes places, but as a way of being accountable to people of color.’

Those who are white critical ‘take on board critiques of whiteness and invest in exposing/marking the white regime,’ the document reads. Those who are white critical refuse ‘to be complicit with the regime, and are described as ‘whiteness speaking back to whiteness.’

White traitors ‘actively refuse complicity,’ according to the document, and want ‘to subvert white authority and tell the truth at whatever the cost.’

White abolitionists, the lowest tear, what to ‘dismantle whiteness’ and to ‘not allow whiteness to reassert itself.’

Federman is  the principal of East Side Community High School, which serves a student population that has 18 percent white students

Federman is  the principal of East Side Community High School, which serves a student population that has 18 percent white students

An Education Department official told the New York Post that the graphics were disseminated it to every parent ‘as part of a series of materials meant for reflection’ and as ‘food for though.’

‘Anti-racism and the celebration of diversity is at the core of our work on behalf of the young people of New York City, and the East Side Community School’s students, parents and staff partner together to advance equity in their community,’ the official said in a statement.

‘The document in question was shared with the school by parents as a part of ongoing anti-racist work in the school community and is one of many resources the schools utilizes.’

As far as the school’s student demographics, the East Side Community School serves about 55 percent Hispanic students, 18 percent white students and 15 percent black students, according to Inside Schools

It has about 680 students in grades 6-12 and does better than average on state tests, according to the site’s data.

‘Tenth grade history classes use a curriculum designed by Facing History, an organization committed to examining history through a social justice lens. Lessons emphasize ethical decision-making and the importance of being upstanders (participants) rather than mere bystanders of societal events,’ according to the website.

Meanwhile, a white married father, 48, who has a daughter, 12, and son, 8, enrolled in two different public schools in Manhattan’s District 2, wrote in a New York Post oped that he fears his children are being ‘brainwashed’ by their liberal schools’ anti-racism teachings.

The dad describes his concerns when he learned his then-five-year-old son was being taught about transgender teenage YouTube star Jazz Jennings, calling it ‘inappropriate.’ He added that he was told off by a teacher for giving pink toys to girls, and blue toys to boys, and claimed his son was encouraged to take part in a ‘gay-rights walk’ in the classroom.

He added that even in maths class, his children couldn’t avoid the teachers’ agendas, with his daughter’s teacher telling her ‘the only reason white people voted for Trump was that they wanted to hold on to their white privilege.’

‘What has that got to do with teaching math?’ he asked.  

‘I’ve warned my son that his teachers may be brainwashing him, so he asks me about this stuff. But lots of kids don’t have anyone else to fact-check what they’re learning or get the other side of the story.’

The dad added that he believes the teachers think they are doing good by teaching an anti-racist curriculum, ‘but, actually, they’re creating resentment between the races by telling black people that white people are inherently bad and hate them.’

‘This madness is infecting all schools. There’s nowhere to run. To be frank, it’s frightening,’ he added.