Black/Non-White Institutional Racism

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Re: Black/Non-White Institutional Racism

Post by Jim Mathias » Sun Oct 17, 2021 11:02 pm ... li=BBnbfcL originally from Fox news
Chicago museum fires all of it's mostly White female, financially well-off docents for lack of diversity
Emma Colton 10 hrs ago {17 October 2021}

The Art Institute of Chicago fired all of its trained volunteers and guides last month, who were mostly older White women, to diversify its team.

"We were surprised, we were disappointed," Gigi Vaffis, president of the docent council, said in an interview with radio station WBEZ of the firings. "There is an army of very highly skilled docents that are willing and ready and able to continue with arts education."
Enter the Jew as hatchet-woman?
The Art Institute used to have more than 100 docents, 82 of whom were active, until an executive director of learning and engagement, Veronica Stein, sent an email on Sept. 3 firing them all, the Wall Street Journal reported. Docents are trained volunteers who lead tours of museums, and at the Art Institute, they averaged 15 years of unpaid service.

The firings were apparently sparked by the fact that most of the docent staff was composed of older White, financially well-off women, the outlet reported. Stein said that the museum needed to take a new path "in a way that allows community members of all income levels to participate, responds to issues of class and income equity, and does not require financial flexibility."
A pittance as a going away present!
The fired docents were offered a two-year free pass to the museum as gratitude for their previous service.

The institute is one of America’s oldest and largest museums, with its docent program launching in 1961 as part of an initiative of the Woman’s Board and the Junior League of Chicago.

The docents sent a letter on Sept. 13 detailing the staff "engaged in eighteen months of twice-a-week training to qualify as a docent, five years of continual research and writing to meet the criteria of 13 museum content areas, and monthly and bi-weekly trainings to further educate ourselves with the materials, processes and cultural context" of the museum’s pieces.

"It was nearly a full-time job," Dietrich Klevorn, a docent since 2012, told the Wall Street Journal. "We had to spend a lot of time physically in the museum studying works of art, researching, putting tours together."

"We had to be very comprehensive about everything as we talked with them, moving through the space," she said. Klevorn was the only docent to speak on the record to WSJ, after the museum reportedly requested they not speak to the media.
A newspaper reveals the true character of the hatchet-woman:
The Chicago Tribune’s Editorial Board even hit back at the museum’s decision, calling Stein’s termination letter to the docents as "weaselly."

"Why not invest some time in recruiting new, diverse docents? Why not grow the corps in such a way that it’s refreshed? Why not help docents who need help with expenses or child care? Why not have a hybrid model, at least until the current docents exit?" the board wrote in its Sept. 27 opinion piece.

"Instead of trashing volunteerism as inherently elitist, why not avow and attest to its ongoing value as a vital part of necessary diversification and cultural change?"
The head Jew in charge backs this mass anti-White firing, it was planned all along!

Robert Levy, chairman of the Art Institute, defended the decision to fire the docents days later in his own op-ed, and said that the plan to do so had been in the works for 12 years.

"Critical self-reflection and participatory, recuperative action is required if we are to remain relevant to the changing audiences seeking connection to art," he wrote.

Klevorn, who is Black, conceded to WSJ that the docent staff was "not a demographically representative population." Vaffis, however, noted that the staff was a diverse group socioeconomically, and included a fireman and condo manager among the group.

"Still, the Art Institute hasn’t explained why they had to be jettisoned en masse and not diversified over time. The museum appears to be in the grips of a self-defeating overcorrection. It has adopted the language of diversity, inclusion and equity so completely that it was willing to fire the same upper-middle class volunteers it relies on for charitable donations," WSJ noted.

The Art Institute did not immediately respond to Fox News’s request for comment on the matter.
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Re: Black/Non-White Institutional Racism

Post by Jim Mathias » Tue Jan 11, 2022 12:57 am

Woe to any White man who has an opinion not approved by the Thought Police, or in this case, the police in Houston county Georgia. Note how speech is being punished, not conduct: ... li=BBnb7Kz
Houston County deputy suspended after social media comment on Ahmaud Arbery case
Claire Helm - 57m ago {10 January 2022}

HOUSTON COUNTY, Ga. (WGXA) -- A deputy in Houston County is facing termination for what he wrote on a social media post about the latest development in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery.

Arbery's killing made national news almost two years ago after a cellphone video was leaked of the disturbing chase and gunning down of the 25-year-old unarmed Black man by three white men in Brunswick.

His killers were sentenced this past Friday to life in prison, after having been convicted of his murder in November 2021.

MORE: 2 Arbery killers sentenced to life without parole, 3rd sentenced to life with parole

The now-suspended deputy, Paul Urhahn, made the comment on one of our social media posts about the sentencing on Friday.

It appears that Urhahn has since deleted his comment, but screenshots were shared both with our newsroom -- and the Houston County Sheriff's Office, prompting an investigation that concluded Monday morning.

Now, Urhahn has been suspended without pay pending termination.

Sheriff Cullen Talton wrote to Urhahn that he violated multiple policies:

Page 5 (4A) - An officer must at all times, on and off duty, conduct him/herself in a manner which does not bring discredit to the department or county.

Page 5 (4B) - Conduct unbecoming of an officer shall include that conduct

(2) Which has a tendency to destroy public respect for employees and confidence in the department.

Urhahn, according to the letter, can appeal within 10 days from Monday.

Read Sheriff Talton's letter to Urhahn below: ... from_embed
"Conduct" is now being construed as including unpopular speech . The vagueness of the policy written seems to leave a lot of room to punish just about anything a sheriff could ever want.

Congoids or anyone else have mentioned being in favor of genocide of Whites yet suffer not. In California, it may now be taught to school kids as a part of their curricula: ... ztec-gods/
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