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SACS Eyes Multi-Step Approach To Address Racial Issues In Near Future

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO):  Officials with Southwest Allen County Schools are targeting what is being called a ‘dual-winged’ approach to address racial issues within the district going forward.  According to The Journal Gazette, SACS would partner with two organizations to address diversity issues under a proposal Superintendent Park Ginder shared with the board Wednesday.

RISE would facilitate community meetings and small-group discussions to collect input from students and community members about relationships in SACS schools while the Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism, better known as FAIR, would provide ongoing training, programming, educational resources and professional guidance as SACS develops solutions and learning activities.

After the meeting, Ginder said he hopes plans will become definitive when the board next meets next at 7 P.M. on July 18th.

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1 comment

"FAIR"...always an Ironic name by Leftists July 7, 2023 at 10:56 am

Is this solely because of that kid that posted a picture in “Black Face”?

Wow people get outraged about nothing these days.

This reaction will amount to further Racial indoctrination by “FAIR” (Freedom-Abolishment by Installing Racism).

Involving these organizations, you parents might as well all Critical Racist Theory to be taught to your kids… letting them teach your kids that they are the problem solely because they are White.


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