2,000 Seattle teachers wear ‘Black Lives Matter’ shirts to class

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Black Lives Matter is a code word for White Genocide. No one should be permitted to wear that slogan while on school grounds.

We know from the Brian Ogle case in Alabama that anyone wearing a Blue Lives Matter sign would be beaten up, possibly killed. A White Lives Matter sign would be an even worse offense against political correctness.

Black Lives Matter is a domestic terrorist organization funded by Communist (((George Soros.))) Parents in Seattle should raise a huge stink about the indoctrination of their children into a Communist death cult.

Seattle Times

About 2,000 Seattle educators wore Black Lives Matter shirts at their schools Wednesday to call for racial equity in education.

Schools across the district held “Black Lives Matter at School” rallies before classes began for the day. Students, parents and teachers also wore stickers and buttons emblazoned with the “Black Lives Matter” slogan.

The purpose of the day was to affirm that “black lives matter in the public schools,” according to organizers, who are members of Social Equality Educators, a group of educators within the Seattle teachers union. Teachers also wanted to show their support for John Muir Elementary, which had its “Black Men Uniting to Change the Narrative” event canceled last month after receiving a threat over teachers’ plans to wear Black Lives Matter shirts.

Before school started Wednesday at Chief Sealth International High School, dozens of educators and students gathered outside the building and held up banners and signs.

About 60 Chief Sealth educators had ordered the shirts beforehand. Some of the shirts said “Black Lives Matter” and “#say­hername,” a reference to Sandra Bland, a black woman who died in police custody in Texas. Those shirts had an image of a fist. Others wore shirts that said “Black Lives Matter” and “We Stand Together” with an image of a tree.

Teacher Diana Romero said she decided to wear a shirt “to support our black brothers and sisters in support for justice.” As a Latina, she said she has seen firsthand the unfair treatment of people of color by police officers.

A sixth-grade class from nearby Denny International Middle School, whose teacher brought them to the Sealth rally, wore Black Lives Matter stickers. Teacher Ben Evans said he wanted them to see how their voices can be heard. Many of his students are aware of racial inequities already, he added.

“Black Lives Matter At School” wasn’t sponsored by the school district, but it coincides with Seattle Public Schools’ “day of unity,” aimed at bringing more attention to racial equity in education. The district said in a statement that it has asked students, family, staff and community members to “engage and join the conversation in our united efforts to eliminate opportunity gaps.” As a public institution, the district doesn’t take official positions on social or political movements, district spokesman Luke Duecy said in a statement earlier this week.

Because Wednesday’s rally at Sealth was not an official district event, teachers were told to leave before students started arriving for school. But members of the Black Student Union (BSU) remained until the start of classes.

For BSU President Precious Manning, 17, the rally and shirts represented the international school coming together in solidarity. Black Lives Matter means making sure everyone is included, she said.

“Black Lives Matter means ‘don’t leave us out,’ ” she said.

Each school planned its own events for “Black Lives Matter at School” day. At Leschi Elementary, for example, participants taped notes on a banner that asked “What does Black Lives Matter mean at Leschi?” Lowell Elementary’s front sign read “Black Lives Matter at Lowell.”

In addition to Seattle schools, staff at Highline’s White Center Heights Elementary wore shirts.

Another “Black Lives Matter At School” rally is planned for Wednesday evening at Washington Hall, where activists and artists, including Grammy-award winning singer-songwriter Kimya Dawson, will perform and speak about racial equity. Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett is also expected to attend.

After their ebonics class is over for the day, how many black students will go out and kill a cop to prove their loyalty to BLM?

Just asking.

5 thoughts on “2,000 Seattle teachers wear ‘Black Lives Matter’ shirts to class

  1. Reblogged this on behindertvertriebentessarzblog and commented:
    Schiefer-Tafel und Kreide, und unsere Kinder konnten mit der 6. Klasse als Mauerer die Lehre beginnen oder wurden sogar Polizist, Postbeamter oder auch im Staatsdienst Amtmann! Heute bekommen alle Integrationskurse bir zur Rente! Glück, Auf, meine Heimat und nicht den dekadenten Systemlingen der BRD GmbH! Siehe Reichstag und deren Worte Rechts-Staat!

  2. I clicked on the original article and zoomed in on the picture. There is a fake look of joy on some of the white teachers, while one seems rather sullen. I wonder if some of these people were pressured into going along. It is stunning that a public employee group would overtly support a political cause, as they are here. That in itself is unethical.

  3. Why are these teachers doing this? Other than bowing to political pressure.

    I think there’s another reason.

    Even in the worst ghetto schools, you’ll find that a disproportionate percentage of teachers are white, esp. white women. And white teachers are under constant criticism of being somehow deficient and derelict, and therefore being the proximate cause of the achievement gap. By wearing BLM shirts and screaming the BLM cause really loudly, they think that the system and the diversity industry will quit picking on them.

    • Closing the “achievement gap” is an impossibility. You’ve probably identified another factor at work, but as long as they’re white they’ll have to keep going to diversity training classes to get that old demon racism out of them.

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