New York Times Found The Racists Causing America's School Inequality, Nice White Parents
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The New York Times is launching a new podcast series that blames “Nice White Parents” for decades-long issues with the US public school system.
As usual, when it comes to the liberal-biased media they deflect all the responsibility off of incompetent school officials, teachers, union leaders, and politicians in order to place all the blame squarely on their bogeyman of the day.
Which, as you are well aware, in 2020 the left have targeted white people as the world’s evildoers.

The supposed paper of record debuted a sample of its “Nice White Parents” podcast on Thursday, promoted as a miniseries “about the 60-year relationship between white parents and the public school down the block.”

Spoiler alert: White parents are the bad guys.

Set to upbeat music, the New York Times teaser tells the story of a group of white New York City parents who lobbied heavily in 1963 for the Board of Education to move a planned new school from the proposed site, close to a housing project, to a new site closer to a white neighborhood so kids of all races could attend school together.

This was less than a decade after the Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision struck down “separate but equal” and rendered segregation effectively illegal, and “integration” was one of the hottest issues of the day.

However, integrating schools was easier said than done, as the New York school board episode proved: when the school was finally built, close to the white neighborhood as those “nice white parents” suggested, they (according to the podcast, at least) refused – every single one! – to send their own kids there.

Host Chana Joffe-Walt cheerfully ends the segment by posing the question “What is getting in the way of giving each child an equal opportunity, an equal education?” and hinting the answer lies not with the schools themselves, but with Whitey.

There were eye-rolls across social media from BOTH sides of the aisle as people wondered if there was anything the New York Times wouldn’t blame on white people?


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