Minneapolis now requires superintendent of schools to approve any suspension of 'minority' students

Racialists across America complain that minority students (chiefly blacks, not so much Chinese, for instance) are suspended for misbehavior at higher rates than whites. Questions of subculture and behavior are secondary to the quota mentality.

Among the most politically correct cities in the nation, the Minneapolis Public Schools responded to these concerns with a new policy that makes a mockery of the concept of equal protection under the laws. Warner Todd Huston writes in Breitbart:

The Minneapolis public school system announced a major new district-wide policy for disciplining students: any suspension of a non-white student requires the district superintendent's approval.

The MPS has been stung by reports that students of color are 10 times more likely to receive a suspension than white students. The Minneapolis school system has an enrollment of over 32,000 students. Seventy percent are non-white.

School superintendent Bernadeia Johnson, a black woman, maintains that she wants to "disrupt" the current suspension trends. 

Superintendent Johnson says that her new policy is aimed at forcing local school administrators to deeply "probe" the reasons for issuing a suspension before that punishment is handed out.

This policy means that 30% of the student body will be denied the safeguard of a review that applies to the majority nonwhite population. They are singled out, in other words.

So much for equality.

Racialists across America complain that minority students (chiefly blacks, not so much Chinese, for instance) are suspended for misbehavior at higher rates than whites. Questions of subculture and behavior are secondary to the quota mentality.

Among the most politically correct cities in the nation, the Minneapolis Public Schools responded to these concerns with a new policy that makes a mockery of the concept of equal protection under the laws. Warner Todd Huston writes in Breitbart:

The Minneapolis public school system announced a major new district-wide policy for disciplining students: any suspension of a non-white student requires the district superintendent's approval.

The MPS has been stung by reports that students of color are 10 times more likely to receive a suspension than white students. The Minneapolis school system has an enrollment of over 32,000 students. Seventy percent are non-white.

School superintendent Bernadeia Johnson, a black woman, maintains that she wants to "disrupt" the current suspension trends. 

Superintendent Johnson says that her new policy is aimed at forcing local school administrators to deeply "probe" the reasons for issuing a suspension before that punishment is handed out.

This policy means that 30% of the student body will be denied the safeguard of a review that applies to the majority nonwhite population. They are singled out, in other words.

So much for equality.