DAILYKENN.com -- Did the Anti-Defamation League miss this one? Is the ADL selective in only defaming sane patriots?
A teacher in Georgia was disciplined after defaming those who display Confederate flags. The accused reportedly described the Confederate flag on social media as “a sticker you put on the back of your pickup truck to announce that you intend to marry your sister. Think of it like a white trash ‘Save The Date’ card.”
The media accused the teacher of referencing the Confederate flag but failed to note the teacher defamed Confederate patriots as "white trash" and stereotyped them as incestuous.
From augustachronicle.com ▼
Attribution: By Jozsef Papp
A social media post about a message projected on a Hephzibah High School classroom whiteboard referencing the Confederate flag has resulted in a teacher being placed on administrative leave.*
The post from a parent of a student shows the projection that includes a Confederate flag and the statement, “a sticker you put on the back of your pickup truck to announce that you intend to marry your sister. Think of it like a white trash ‘Save The Date’ card.” It was reportedly used as an example of a story within a story.
According to the Richmond County School System, an investigation was conducted and the teacher was placed on administrative leave with pay pending administrative review. In a statement, the school system said it’s committed to creating an unbiased environment for students.
“The Richmond County School System is committed to creating a diverse, equitable learning environment for students,” the statement reads. “The language used in the example was unacceptable and has no place in our classrooms.”
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