"Outreach" to blacks by officials of mostly white schools is always praised. School officials often go to the limits of the law to attract black students. So, obviously, a mostly Hispanic school that wants to reach out to whites should also be warmly praised -- No?
Not so fast! The mostly Hispanic Preston Hollow Elementary School in Dallas, Texas, has been doing just that. The school is 66% Hispanic and only 18 percent white and the school officials want more "diversity" than that. So they have gone as close to the limits of the law as they can to encourage nearby white parents to choose that school.
And what do the "diversity"-mongers think of that? The school is being sued by a group of Latino parents over its discriminatory procedures. I wonder if the ACLU will be stepping up to defend the school -- as they no doubt would if black outreach was being attacked?
Or is "diversity" just a code-word for "blackness" that only dummies take literally? You be the judge. Details here
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