Anti-Vax Staffer Wore “Rosa Parks” Blackface In Class To Protest Mandates At Elementary School

  • A staff member at an elementary school is suspended after she wore Blackface in class to protest against her school’s vaccination mandate.
  • The vaccine mandate extends to both teachers and staff members, although “staff can seek exemptions but those are granted in very rare circumstances (medical, religious).”
  • A statement posted by Newberg Public Schools condemned the staffer’s actions and stated that she was on administrative leave following the incident.

Brad Reed from Rawstory writes:

“A staff member at an elementary school in Newberg, Oregon has been suspended after she wore Blackface to class in an attempt to protest against her school’s vaccination mandate.

Ryan Clarke, a reporter at the Newberg Graphic, explained that the teacher in question wore Blackface to try to portray herself as legendary civil rights icon Rosa Parks, who famously refused to obey racist laws that forced Black people to sit in the back of public busses.

Clarke noted that the vaccine mandate in schools extends to both teachers and staff members, although “staff can seek exemptions but those are granted in very rare circumstances (medical, religious).”

A statement posted by Newberg Public Schools condemned the staffer’s actions and said that the staffer was placed on administrative leave following the incident…”

See full story here.



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