NILES, Mich. — REAL News Michiana is working to confirm the authenticity of a document a Niles High School English teacher allegedly gave students that is based on Critical Race Theory practicum. Multiple concerned parents reached out to RNM regarding the document and assignment about Microaggressions.
“She handed it out and started talking about her ‘white privilege.'” One parent told RNM.
The document, titled “Recognizing Microaggressions and the Messages They Send,” demonizes white people based on their race. It also tends to attack males and heterosexuals. Further, the document stereotypes people of color — claiming black people are loud while Asian, Latino and Native American people are quiet.
Examples of the Microaggressions include:
- Asking why a person is quiet if they happen to be Asian, Latino or Native American.
- Asking why a person is being loud if they happen to be black.
- Being forced to choose Male or Female on forms.
Microaggressions are defined as indirect, subtle, or unintentional discrimination against members of a marginalized group, according to Oxford Dictionary. Essentially, simply being white, straight or a white male is offensive to people of color, the LGBTQ community and women (the later only if you happen to be a straight, white male).
RNM reached out to the teacher who allegedly handed this document out to her students and the school’s principal. As of publication, we have not received a response.
Niles Schools also has a microaggression lesson aimed at first graders. That curriculum is being taught under the guise of Social Emotional Learning during Black History Month.
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