Arizona can ban classes promoting ‘racial resentment against ‘whites’


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A federal appeals judge has upheld most of a 2010 Arizona state law that prohibits school districts from offering coursework that endorses the overthrow of the United States government or stokes resentment toward a race or class of people.
Friday’s ruling, by A. Wallace Tashima of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, declared three of the four sections of the law constitutional, reports the Arizona Daily Independent.

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Read more: Federal judge: Arizona can ban classes promoting 'racial resentment against ‘whites’ | The Daily CallerConsidering what is coming out of Wisconsin which is teaching hate for being white this seems to be a counteract to stop the increasing efforts to promote hate for whites. The nation is becoming more polarized and just like affirmative action this effort is counterproductive and has been used to drive wedges into people’s thoughts while claiming that this is to promote civility and fairness


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Getting a ruling like this from the 9th Circuit is pretty incredible. The evidence must have been QUITE clear.
"Throughout the ruling Tashima referred to Kowal’s ruling. He noted that “the ALJ issued a 36-page Decision that analyzed textbooks, curricular materials, and student work. The Decision also considered the testimony of state education officials, TUSD officials, teachers, parents, and education experts. After a fairly specific analysis of the evidence, the ALJ concluded that the evidence “establish[ed] that the MAS program has classes or courses designed for Latinos as a group, that promotes racial resentment against ‘Whites,’ and advocates ethnic solidarity of Latinos.”

Adios MAS…a good thing!