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NYC Private School Head Recorded Admitting School was ‘Demonizing White People for Being Born’

George Davison, the head of Grace Church School in Manhattan privately acknowledged that the school is guilty of “demonizing white people for being born”

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Being white is out, being woke is in. Being ‘woke,’ proving ones ‘wokeness’ or being sensitive to racism is one thing, but the so-called movement has turned into a bigoted movement all on its own. Somehow proving that being born Black is “okay” has morphed into being white is not. Unfortunately, a new norm has because similar to that of a private school in New York City that has been indoctrinating students with progressive politics and “anti-racist” orthodoxy.

George Davison, the head of Grace Church School in Manhattan privately acknowledged that the school is guilty of “demonizing white people for being born.” Davison was recorded having the conversation with a whistleblower teacher.

The teacher, Paul Rossi, recorded the conversation on March 2nd during which Davison admitted the school was using language that makes white students “feel less than, for nothing that they are personally responsible for.”

He added, “one of the things that’s going on a little too much” is the “attempt to link anybody who’s white to the perpetuation of white supremacy.” Davison also stated to Rossi that he has “grave doubts about some of the doctrinaire stuff that gets spouted at us, in the name of anti-racism.”

The conversation was posted online by the Foundation Against Intolerance & Racism, or FAIR, a civil-rights organization calling for a “common culture of fairness, understanding and humanity.” FAIR is also supporting Rossi, the math teacher who was relieved of his duties teaching at Grace due to calling out the school for its “anti-racist” orthodoxy.

Rossi initially “laid out his concerns about the school’s social justice tactics in an essay he published in mid-April on former New York Times opinion editor Bari Weiss’s Substack account. Weiss is a member of the FAIR board of advisers” reports National Review.

“Antiracist training sounds righteous, but it is the opposite of truth in advertising,” wrote Rossi. “it requires teachers like myself to treat students differently on the basis of race.”

Treating people differently based on the color of their skin? Sounds like the textbook definition of racism!

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