Piedmont Unified School District of Piedmont, California recently passed a policy in early September stating the district’s commitment to “equitable outcomes for students who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color” through new race policies. These policies use tax dollars to teach children as young as kindergarten that their nation is evil, due to “our nation’s continuing history of systemic racism, anti-Blackness, White supremacy, White privilege, and oppression based on race.”
“The Board recognizes that underrepresented groups became underrepresented not of their own doing but rather as the result of the institutionalized power dynamic and racism that exists in society,” the policy states, openly rejecting personal responsibility and teaching people of certain ethnic groups that they are born victims because of the color of their skin.
“In every decision it makes, the Board shall work to ensure equitable outcomes for BIPOC students, staff, and their families and, in so doing, shall not rely on biased or stereotypical assumptions about any particular group,” the policy claims, although it goes on to stereotype white people based on their skin color by calling them inherently racist.
“For many white people, this can be hard to hear, understand, or accept, but if you are white in America, you have benefited from the color of your skin,” the policy explains in its definition for “white privilege.”