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Black leaders in Fresno, California want to stop the hiring of a teacher merely because his skin color happens to be white.
On Monday morning, a small band of activists showed up in front of the sparkling new school at the corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Church Avenue. The local press was also there. “We’re just saying what the community wants,” said Rev. Karen Crozier, one of the activists. “We didn’t fight for a white male or female teacher to educate our babies.” Crozier, who appears to be a professor at Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary, also suggested that a white person cannot teach minority children in this instance because of racism.
Sometimes the bigotry and blindness of people just leaves me speechless.
In related news, the organizer of a “gay” job fair is outraged that non-gays keep showing up there looking for jobs.