9/23/21: Woke Loudoun County Public Schools School Board Takes First Steps Towards Paying Reparations
LOUDOUN IS CORRUPT AND CROOKED. IT’S THE SCHOOL BOARD, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, NAACP AND LOUDOUN FREEDOM CENTER
“The issue will now be passed to a joint committee made of members from the Board of Supervisors and School Board which will then partner with the black community to recommend solutions.”
Translation: BLM protestors from the BOS, radical losers from the SB, and Michelle Thomas from the NAACP are going to take MORE of your money because you ARE A RACIST or people that look like you are racist. Thomas will be able to buy more old fashioned cars, box seats at Fed-Ex Field. Amazing how much money a “pastor”, a non-profit that generates less than $5,000 annually, and an NAACP president makes.
A scandal-hit school board has now launched a study into whether it would be appropriate to give reparations to black people after it previously ignored a landmark desegregation ruling.
Loudoun County in Virginia voted 6-3 in favor of beginning the study Tuesday after it was proposed by supervisor Juli Briskman.
Speaking to Fox5 about her proposal, Briskman said: ‘The anti-CRT (critical race theory) movement is much more about ‘today’ and what we’re teaching today. And my board member initiative is looking back at potential harm that was because we operated segregated schools illegally against the ruling of Brown vs. the Board of Education,’
Briskman was referring to Loudoun County’s decision to continue segregating schools until 1968, a full 14 years after the landmark 1954 Brown V Board of Education ruling that doing so was unconstitutional.
Loudon County Supervisor Juli Briskman called for the vote to support an investigation into the ‘potential harm’ the county caused its black constituents
Briskman cited that the school district continued to segregate schools for nearly 14 years after the Supreme Court ruled the process unconstitutional
The issue will now be passed to a joint committee made of members from the Board of Supervisors and School Board which will then partner with the black community to recommend solutions.
Briskman claimed there is evidence that the Board of Supervisors and School Board prevented black students from receiving the same level of education as white students for nearly fourteen years after the US Supreme Court ruling.
She said the evidence includes the Board of Supervisors’ 1956 vote in favor of a proposed amendment to Virginia’s Constitution to grant the use of public funds for private schools. Briskman said the proposal was introduced to make private education more affordable for white families who did not want their children attending integrated public school systems.
There also seems to be evidence of action taken to block funding and prohibit improvements to black schools.
Briskman was also asked about board meeting clashes over the teaching of critical race theory at Loudoun County, but suggested it was being used as a wedge issue to energize locals to vote in the 2022 mid-term elections.