Ya Wanna Bet It’s White Toronto Liberals Segregating Their Kids In Art Schools?

Toronto’s art school students mostly white, from high-income families, study finds

These would be the same sort who voted for Justin and wouldn’t hesitate to bad mouth anyone who questioned diversity and multiculturalism.

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  • Jay Currie

    In Vancouver it is “French Immersion”. Lines of nice white, middle class, people. Very few, if any, minorities.

    • That also goes on here.

    • mobuyus

      I’m all for french immersion. I just don’t think they’re holding them under long enough.

      • Maggat

        Ouch!

        • mobuyus

          Je suis dèsolè. Je vous prie de bien vouloir m’excuser. S.V.P.

          • andycanuck

            Touché!

          • Maggat

            Apology is not called for.

          • mobuyus

            Merci beaucoup.

      • Clausewitz

        Reminds me of a sports interview I saw once. Question: What about your teams execution? Answer from the coach: I’m all for it.

    • Clink9

      Whiteys here use French as a way of separating Turdo’s imports from their offspring.

    • Watchman

      Art school was traditionally for all the idle dumb rich kids who were never going to become lawyers, engineers or doctors, but whose parents wanted to make them appear to be learning instead of unemployed and unemployable. That ‘unemployed and unemployable’ status would be delayed until after graduation from art school, and they would live off the family fortune.

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  • Mark

    Outrageous. Other skin-toned kids deserve the chance to throw their future job prospects away too by studying useless crap.

    • Damn right.

      • Rick McGinnis

        As the parent of a child likely headed for art school, all I can say is, uh, yeah.

        • Watchman

          Having worked in an university arts faculty, I have seen some brilliant talented artists who should find no problem being employed; before or after graduation. On the other hand, I have seen many others who are enrolled only because they couldn’t think of anything else they were interested in or anything else they were qualified to enrolled in.

          Art is something that the talented cannot be dissuaded from, its inexorable drive can only be channelled and refined. If you have such a child, then congratulations!

  • The Butterfly

    For liberals, it’s always do as I say, not as I do.

  • marty_p

    “If you’re a hip-hop dancer or a spoken word artist or a graffiti artist you’re not likely to get in.” Really – you mean hip-hop and Spoken word (aka RAP) and graffiti artistry are worthy of government funded study?

    • Face Palm.

    • Watchman

      Sure they are. It’s called government welfare. The absence of any government requirement for the unemployed to reciprocate with useful work in return for the taxpayer funded welfare seems proof of this.

  • roccolore

    The families probably also live in all-white neighbourhoods.

  • Waffle

    Nice scam — get the tax-paying peons to pay for your kid’s “private school” education because 99% of the regular public schools are garbage.

    • Clink9

      It’s why we moved out of Toronto a second time. At one time a good school but then later half the kids were bused in from far away.

      Scary stuff when the teacher has to dumb it down while your kid rots.

  • Colour me (or don’t) shocked.

    • mobuyus

      Is that racist? Your Canadianization of colour desenfranchises those of color and their American experience.

  • andycanuck

    And subscribe to the Star too.