*OK, so you’ve most likely heard about the group of attention-starved Caucasian girls, all seniors at Desert Vista High School in Phoenix, Arizona, who set social media on fire when they decided to pose for and upload a photo of themselves wearing black T-shirts, each emblazoned with a shiny gold letter that, when standing together, reads the N-word, right?
Now, feeling pressured to DO SOMETHING, a school district official released a somewhat safe-sounding statement that the six girls involved in the incident are facing disciplinary action.
“The students will be disciplined in accordance with district policy and while we don’t discuss specific discipline I can tell you that will be addressing the obvious need for sensitivity training in this case,” the official said.
Sensitivity training. Seriously?
I train people all the time. You can’t TRAIN somebody to be sensitive. Either they are already or they are not.
Sensitivity training on these stupid, giggly little twits would be a waste of some trainer’s time and employers money. They are old enough and knew exactly what they were doing. Trying to get attention. That’s why they uploaded the photo.
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