NAACP “Summary of Evidence” is a Joke. Since When Does “Alleges” Count as Proof of Evidence?
***P.A.C.T. will continue to go through this laughable document and post notable observations***
NAACP’s very first “Position Statement” in their complaint is absurd and makes absolutely no sense. Why? Well, AOL opened its doors for the very first time in the fall of 2018 and this complaint was filed in May 2019, the first school years wasn’t even over. How can a brand new school, that didn’t even complete its very first school year, keep black students from its “admissions pipeline”? I hardly think being open for less than (1) school year is enough time to prove AOL has a disrriminatinatory track record. Furthermore, if the NAACP is so interested, why were they not an active partner with the black students of LCPS, encouraging them to apply? This entire complaint makes clear a few things:
- NAACP is a racist organization that is incapable of achieving anything with out claiming racism, discrimination or bigotry. Racists to the left of me, Racists to the right of me, good grief. How about something called accountability?
- Since their founding in 1909, the NAACP has demonized black people. At every turn, they give the impression that black people are incapable of learning and achieving greatness on their own, it’s always racism that hold them back. I’m a white guy and I find this insulting. Take for example the black student enrollment at AOL for the 2020/2021 school year, it increased by 2% since AOL opened in 2018, making the enrollment rate 4.2%. Know what else? These kids did it on THEIR OWN. They were accepted to AOL before the NAACP’s absurd admissions policy were approved on 8/11/2020.
- The NAACP is only about power, bullying and money. Name another organization that has been around for more than 100 years and is using the same rhetoric. This isn’t success and with this track record, should they really be advocating for black students? “Look what we have been doing for over 100 years! No, we have nothing else to offer but isn’t it great”. Please.
NAACP’s very first “Position Statement”: “The NAACP reviewed the AOL admissions process and concluded that Black students CONTINUE to be underrepresented in gifted and talented programs and are less likely to be identified as “high achieving”, therefore rarely enter the AOL admissions pipeline”