‘No whites allowed’ tutoring policy rocks Colorado school

Michael Dorstewitz

A Colorado elementary school tutoring program has posted a sign on its door: No whites allowed — and parents are infuriated.

Mission Viejo Elementary School in Aurora, Colo., recently set up an after-hours tutoring program for students who need a little extra help, but according to a letter to parents announcing the program, the program is only for students of color.

During the early 20th century, “Help Wanted” signs in Boston often included the notation, “Irish Need Not Apply.” During the Jim Crow days, those signs were replaced with “Whites Only.”

The goal of the civil rights movement of the 1960s was a world where a person is judged by the “content of his character” rather than “the color of his skin.”

It seems we’ve regressed — or maybe the school principal didn’t get the memo.

Parents who received the letter were shocked…

The article continues, with video, at BizPac

Update: Meanwhile, “The syllabus tells students in a West Liberty University political science course what sources they can and cannot use,” at iOwnTheWorld.

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