Seattle high school: The ‘Diversity Club’ gets together to nag people about ‘privilege’

The West Seattle High School Diversity Club taught workshops in every language arts class Friday, April 10 on racism, bias and privilege.

The workshops went through why this is important work as a part of the Diversity Club’s #embRACEtheRACE campaign to build understanding and capacity for anti-racist efforts at WSHS. They shared the history of race as a social construct and what the concept of race means in this country.

“I feel like more people are thinking about racism and that’s what matters, they’re thinking about it instead of just ignoring it,” said senior facilitator and Diversity Club member Jahine Wallace.

Next, the club used a well-known game to teach a lesson on privilege and why people need to recognize when they have it and help those who have less…

  • I do hope the little Nazis get bullied.

    • Surele Surele

      only… most of the time they are the ‘little’ bullies.

  • jayme

    Many of these anti racists are the biggest racists.

    • BillyHW

      The are obsessed with race.

  • BillyHW

    And over at the computer science club, the white and asian male students are busy automating away any future jobs these ladies could possibly ever do.

    • Ouch;)

    • Petey

      Exactly. As an employer I wouldn’t consider a single one of these if they applied for a job. Who needs so much trouble for so little return?

    • Surele Surele

      but they will be very well suited for any job involving ‘race’ relations

    • Dana Garcia

      Hey, no problema! Lib elites believe any diverse person, regardless of interest, aptitude or scholastic background, can be trained in tech.

      In California, for example, a program was devised to teach semi-illiterate Mexican farmworkers how to do computer coding and make mucho dinero. What could possibly go wrong?


    • Hard Little Machine

      Until of course our better moral angels decide that computers and science are racist too.

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  • Take a look at the 1966 Seattle Franklin High school year book.

    Look at all the student government elected officers.

    You will find that there are NO white male elected officials.

    How was it possible for us in 1966 to vote in the best students for these positions? (And not select any white males?)

    Easy. We had not been fed a continuous stream of race inciting PC BS that was suppose to reduce racism.

    As I get close to my 50th year reunion I look forward to the real rainbow of the class of 66.

    This happened long before leftist politics poisoned real race relations.

    • Clink9

      After a second reading it’s possible you could be a hater. Please report to the nearest Government holding area just in case.

  • ntt1

    looks like black privilege has stacked that club heavily with ghetto rats

    • Zaba

      The ‘diversity’ is not visible to me either……..

  • chuck_2012

    I am sure they are all Mensa material and this is just a small sideline on their way to getting a Phd. Really one can only wonder why these “scholars” are not doing school stuff like math and science. Before long they graduate and then give birth to a whole slew of “pickanninies” that will start the cycle over again. What does society do with an entire generation of underachievers?

  • pdxnag

    Every employment application should have a checkbox for:
    — Have you ever been a member of a racial exclusionary group? Describe.
    — Have you ever been a member of a hate group? Describe. (near 100 percent overlap)

    I would be free to call it a hate group and thus deny employment. Such haters would expose an employer to expensive discrimination lawsuits.

  • Those black racist imbeciles would benefit more from joining a gym club. It’s a miracle that the floor doesn’t break under their weight.

  • Gaylord Ponce

    They’re all colored people! what’s up with that?

  • winniec

    The White Male Genocide Club.
    “Their ancestors were evil…so let’s git rid of them.”

  • DMB

    With Seattle having a $15.00 hour minimum wage the only privilege those students will know about are the ones that are able to find a job. http://www.forbes.com/sites/timworstall/2015/03/16/we-are-seeing-the-effects-of-seattles-15-an-hour-minimum-wage/

  • Ho Hum