40 editors at NYU's student newspaper quit over 'racist' advisor
The editorial staff at New York University's student newspaper is resigning after their university-appointed editorial advisor accused of "racism" was hired.
Much of the public suspected that children have been rarely affected by COVID-19 directly. Lockdown has adversely affected these kids' mental, emotional, and physical well being.
The US Department of Education informed the school that if it was actually discriminatory it would be in violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and subject to a loss of federal funding.
A white graduate student has resigned from their teaching position at the University of Wisconsin-Madison after falsely claiming to be a person of colour.
The more parents speak out and stop being afraid to be called that most feared of contemporary American insults, racist, the more students will be liberated from the burden of critical race indoctrination.
An American Civil Liberties Union staff member alerted the public to which university Covington Catholic graduate Nick Sandmann is attending as an incoming freshman, suggesting that the college should have barred the young conservative's admission.
Parents who enrolled their children in SPS are now finally conceding that they may have to pay for private school, tutoring, learning "pods" or other options.