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LSUStjames
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St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
Apparently SJA has inclusivity training this week for high school girls, the kids get a dose of reverse racism.

highlights:

- White priviledge
- Defunding the police and why its reasonable
- To correct disparity caused by generational wealth, the white kids should consider going to a community college instead of a 4 year university to make room for minorities.

Freshman have theirs scheduled for Friday, so I told the wife to check our daughter out of school before the training.

Just a heads up to all the SJA parents.


theunknownknight
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
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white privilege


Funny considering Joseph's story in the bible


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Picayuner
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
WOW THIS is racism.


LSUnation78
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
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To correct disparity caused by generational wealth, the white kids should consider going to a community college instead of a 4 year university to make room for minorities.



Gfy


LSUStjames
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
This is absolutely reverse racism. Many parents are pretty pissed off right now.

We were lucky that a friend with a senior told us so we can pull ours friday before the indoctrination propaganda.


Bjorn Cyborg
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
One of their students got caught saying the N word on snapchat and expelled. I assume this is a PR move for the school.


ShoeBang
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
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- To correct disparity caused by generational wealth, the white kids should consider going to a community college instead of a 4 year university to make room for minorities.


Expressly targeting the kids of parents who made something of themselves?

Does St. Joe's not know where their money comes from? Do they want the next generation to not send their kids because they cant afford it?

Nose cut to spite the face. I have a niece there and shes a freshman I think.


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Oilfieldbiology
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South21
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
This real? Parents are going to put up with this?


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JumpingTheShark
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
Yeah if I’m a parent I stop paying tuition or contributions immediately until this shite is removed.


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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
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To correct disparity caused by generational wealth, the white kids should consider going to a community college instead of a 4 year university to make room for minorities.


I hear tell that SUNO has a lot of minorities. And they have a graduation rate of almost 4%.


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LSUStjames
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
I talked to my daughter about it and she hasn't had to attend any yet and Friday is her first. She's only a freshman though so we are just going to check her out early.


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loogaroo
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
Post this on the OT too.
This post was edited on 10/22 at 12:13 pm


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BigJim
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
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To correct disparity caused by generational wealth, the white kids should consider going to a community college instead of a 4 year university to make room for minorities.


That's not how this works. LSU does not run out of room. Sure that is theoretically possible, but they will mostly let in people who meet the qualifications.

Private colleges are different.


Jp1LSU
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
Does anyone expect more from parochial education?


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TigersSEC2010
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
I hope all of you with children at the school stop giving them a dime. That school has quietly turned into a liberal haven over the last decade. There is a lot of indoctrination happening in those classrooms.


1234567k
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
At joes has been a SJW school for decades now
It's is an indoctrination camp


td1
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
Defunding the police and why its reasonable

yes, young vulnerable high schools girls should be all for that?????

- To correct disparity caused by generational wealth, the white kids should consider going to a community college instead of a 4 year university to make room for minorities.

Why not leave private high schools to attend public schools so you can leave a spot open for minorities.



Sput
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
So basically they are telling your daughter she need to start burning coal?


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1234567k
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re: St Joseph's in Baton Rouge - inclusivity training for high school girls
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Why not leave private high schools to attend public schools so you can leave a spot open for minorities.


Lmao yes yes


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