Va. Teacher: Asking Students to Sit Quietly and Listen to the Teacher Is White Supremacy

‘If we’re positively enforcing these behaviors, we are by extension positively enforcing elements of White culture’

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TEACHER: “The idea of just sitting quiet and being told stuff and taking things in in a passive stance is not a thing that’s in many cultures. So if we’re positively enforcing these behaviors, we are by extension positively enforcing elements of White culture. Which therefore keeps Whiteness at the center, which is the definition of White supremacy.”

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