Affinity Group is code for Racial Segregation

Segregation, Civil Rights, Schools
Segregation, Civil Rights, Schools

Remember the good ol’ days when segregation was a thing of the past? Not so anymore in a Chicago school district!

The principal organized a special “Black Lives Matter” event to close out Black History Month and discuss race relations. But apparently, only one race was welcomed to the discussion, because when white students attempted to attend the event, they were turned away. It was only open to black students.

If you’re trying to improve race relations, shouldn’t you work in unison with ALL races instead of further dividing and segregating by so-called “affinity group”?

According to this principal, apparently, it’s easier to improve relations with those of another race if they aren’t in the room with you.

H/T The DailyCaller

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