Several former employees of the New York City Department of Education are preparing to file a lawsuit against the city, accusing public schools Chancellor Richard Carranza of fostering an environment that is “hostile toward whites.” According to the New York Post, the accusers are white women who say they were deliberately passed over and pushed out of their jobs so that Carranza could bring in racial minorities who were less qualified for the job.
“These decisions are being made because DOE leadership believes that skin color plays a role in how to get equity – that white people can’t convey the message,” a source told the Post. “There’s a toxic whiteness concept going on.”
Under the chancellor’s leadership, the sources say, some whites are being told to either move on or give up some of their responsibilities – regardless of how well they performed in their positions. They say more than a dozen high-level superintendents and school officials have been demoted or pushed out as part of Carranza’s efforts to de-white the DOE.
In addition to personnel changes, sources say Carranza is infusing the department with anti-whiteness training propaganda.
From the Post:
The DOE has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on consultants to coach supervisors on how to “disrupt the power structure and dismantle institutional racism,” a supervisor said.
“There’s been a lot of discussion of white supremacy and how it manifests in the workplace, conversations about race, and looking at how the white culture behaves,” said a white executive who received the training.
“White supremacy is characterized by perfectionism, a belief in meritocracy, and the Protestant work ethic,” the exec said, adding that whites who object when accused of deep-rooted bias are called “fragile” and “defensive.”
“Can you imagine if we scrutinized blackness or brownness? We’re being trained in anti-bias not to stereotype blacks, but they’re fostering a stereotyping of whites.”
Can you imagine, indeed.
But this is the way of the liberal world now, and the boundaries of that world extend well beyond New York City. It is no longer even controversial for education officials to discuss the “toxicity of whiteness.” It is no longer even questioned when restaurants train their employees on how to recognize their own “white privilege.” The diseased, highly unscientific theories that used to be confined to sociology departments have now infected much of the real world. And it was only a matter of time before white people, through absolutely no fault of their own, began to be punished for having the wrong color skin.
This movement, like every other racist movement in human history, will not end well.