A Wisconsin school district claimed a white student can’t allege racial discrimination because she “is not a member of any class that is legally protected from discrimination by state or federal law,” according to an administrator’s response to a parent complaint.
[Ed. Note: If you can’t be racist towards white people, then what’s really the problem with making them drink out of a different water fountain? Just bad optics?]
by Kendall Tietz
A Wisconsin school district claimed state and federal non-discrimination laws do not apply to white students because they are not part of a protected class, according to the response a student’s parents received after they filed a complaint alleging their child was racially discriminated against.
Assistant Superintendent Tanya Fredrich of Elmbrook Schools investigated the complaint and asserted “that the student is not a member of any class that is legally protected from discrimination by state or federal law” in a Nov. 17 statement obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation.