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The other day we shared this blog about how Seven Hills Charter School is training their students to be victims by forcing them to pose with handwritten signs that state “microaggressions” that hurt their feelings. For those of you unfamiliar with microaggressions, it is a PC buzzword that social justice warriors use to describe harmless statements and questions that people choose to take offense to:
Superintendent Krista Piazza set this whole thing up because she is a PC diehard who uses the children in her school as props to promote her political agenda. She’s basically teaching these kids to find offense in everything, dwell on it, become sad, and hold a sign about it:
It’s sad that they’re using kids like this. But what’s even more sad is that we discovered that the school actually wrote these signs for them, handpicked students who would make the most sense holding them, and forced them to look sad in photographs which they then shared on social media. None of these things actually happened. No one asked that white kid if he was rich. No one asked the big black kid if his Dad was in jail. We know this because we found this 2013 Buzzfeed article about 21 microaggressions people hear on a daily basis. You tell me if any of these look familiar:
Hmmmm, where have I seen that before? Oh yea, Seven Hills Charter School:
Or this one:
And gee whiz, isn’t this a coincidence:
What are the odds? See this one really is sad, because Krista Piazza made it a point to find the one girl in school who she thought would make the most sense for this sign. She literally scouted all her students and picked the student whom she deemed was the darkest. That might be the most racist thing we’ve ever seen, and as usual it was done by a white woman who is obsessed with race.
Here’s another one:
So what does your hair look like today? That’s a pretty specific microaggression, don’t you think? Well guess what? This same exact microaggression happened to this girl at Seven Hills Charter School:
What are the odds???
How bout this microaggression?
I guess they decided that this kid made the most sense for holding the “No, where are you really from” sign:
They even capitalized REALLY, and put a “No,” at the beginning of the microaggression. Krista Piazza is gonna be so mad when she finds out that we know what Buzzfeed is.
At least with the Buzzfeed article the people who are holding the signs probably wrote them themselves:
But look at the handwriting on this copy and pasted sign that they made some poor black kid hold up:
That is not the handwriting of a 7th grade boy. Go back and look at all the pictures. Obviously none of those are written by children. The sad part is that this kid would not know that “acting like a normal black person” was a thing until his white superintendent told him it was.
Sometimes they deviated a little bit for it to make more sense. For instance, this one:
We don’t have many Mexicans in Worcester, so it’s hard to relate to this. But we do have Puerto Ricans though. So what did Krista Piazza do? She found some Puerto Rican girl, wrote a stereotype on her sign about her race, and told her to look sad as she put her picture on Facebook:
Here’s one last one.
You don’t speak Spanish? Because God forbid someone assume a Latina woman speaks Spanish. But the problem for Krista Piazza at Seven Hills was that she couldn’t find a Latino student who didn’t speak Spanish. So she wrote this sign for him instead:
She probably should’ve picked abetter color scheme for the sign though.
Someone also pointed out that this whole thing was disgusting because it was obviously staged by a white woman, who forced children of color to stereotype themselves in a plagiarized manner. They responded:
So we called them out on this on their Facebook page last night by posting the Buzzfeed article. And wouldn’t ya know it? They’ve taken the pictures down!!! Another amazing coincidence!! Oops!! Looks like Krista Piazza got caught red handed again!!
The bottom line is that Seven Hills Charter School is a joke. It takes resources away from public schools so that a bunch of agenda-driven adults can use children as political props. It’s disgusting and the school should no longer exist. Remember this next time someone tells you about how great charter schools are. This is what charter schools really do.
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