“My issue is an open, anti-White sentiment. It is aggressive and it is explicitly anti-White”
This is happening in a state with the motto “Live free or die.”
From the New Hampshire Union Leader, via Yahoo News:
Northwest after-school coordinator quits, says anti-White training session amounts to harassment
The coordinator of Northwest Elementary’s after-school program abruptly quit Monday, denouncing a Manchester training program that he said endorses dehumanization and hatred of Whites.
In an interview, Daniel Concannon, 40, said he had complained about the staff training to the school district’s human resources director and the Manchester school board to no avail.
“My issue is an open, anti-White sentiment. It is aggressive and it is explicitly anti-White,” said Concannon, 40.
His is the latest salvo in an ongoing controversy over how public schools approach topics of privilege and racism, which came to the fore in New Hampshire recently in a battle over state legislation that would have barred instruction of Critical Race Theory.
Last week, Gov. Chris Sununu signed a watered-down version of the measure, which was attached to budget legislation.
In March, Concannon brought a harassment complaint against the district, claiming the mandatory training amounted to harassment. In response to the complaint, Manchester school officials said they clarified with employees that the training is not mandatory.
“The District embraces this process of critical thinking, not necessarily the ideas or opinions of individual authors,” district officials said in response to Concannon’s complaint. In January, the Manchester school board adopted an equity policy to help employees develop critical racial, ethnic and cultural competence, the district said.
My name is Daniel Concannon.
Attached is my resignation from Manchester School District in response to their "White Privilege" training.
I won't be pathologized for being White.
I won't be pathologized for being normal.
Neither should you. pic.twitter.com/sqclu5K95t
— Daniel Concannon – KeepNHGranite (@KeepNHGranite) June 28, 2021
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