Skip to comments.So, what is an "equity conference?"
Posted on 04/19/2018 3:02:01 PM PDT by cld51860
Upcoming event at my kid's school. 6th grade
Take him to the doctor that day! Whatever it is, it cannot be good!
Post 2 nails it
Google it. It isnt good.
A seminar for real estate and mortgage brokers?
LOL That is what I told my wife. Sounds rather “progressive” to me. I googled it but the only information I could find was seminars about leadership, etc., and it was for administrative and teaching staff.
Can’t be but one thing. Whitey put-down day. I’d pull my kid out that day and go to a history museum or something.
You sure you didn’t read it as “equality” LOL
hslda.org go there and find out how you CAN take charge of your child’s education
Not only pull your kid out for the day, encourage other parents that you know to do the same.
Personally, I’d be VERY loud about doing so, but in this day and age, discretion might be better.
I’ve never been known for being discrete, though. :^)
Especially when it came to my kids’ minds and well-being.
Each Consortium of Equity Conference chapter is dedicated to peace, equity and social justice.
The Consortiums primary mission is to support, network and take action.
The People of Color Conference and the Diversity Leadership Institute are two of our main events.
Well, I doubt its about real estate....
I suggest you attend in dred locks, jeans pulled halfway down, black t-shirt, and Converse sneakers. A few neck tats would help. Start by telling them your spouse is transgender, you voted for Hillary, and your 6th grader is active in antifa.
It means your kid’s going to have to attend class blindfolded and wearing noise-cancelling headphones to compensate for their White Privilege (even if not white).
I am leaning toward that. I’ll take him to the Phoenix Police Museum instead.
Why not just wait until you get the additional information?
This years Equity Conference serves as a clarion call for faculty to analyze, mobilize, strategize and take action in support of efforts and struggles for social justice. It also is an opportunity to take action for equity, access and fairness within the CSU system for students, faculty and staff.
In which State do you live?
Because I don’t necessarily trust that I would be getting the full story. I wanted to see if other parents knew what it was about. My son has been in what I think is a pretty good school. No “progressive” shenanigans, save one: I volunteered to help out to take the kids on an outing. It was a play. Turned out the play had a VERY aggressive socialist message to it. Something about a merchant who sold blankets and learned that it was much better if he gave his blankets away rather than sell them. I was not happy. If I had known the subject and story line of the play my child would not have attended.
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