ITEM 5: Joy Behar said, "Tucker Carlson needs to be tied up and put in the corner somewhere, so we never hear from him again."I guess she does not realize you can switch TV stations....
An assistant principal at a Hilliard, Ohio high school sent an email to faculty telling teachers to endorse a controversial piece of legislation and encouraged students to do the same.
Happy snow day everyone,As mentioned in last week’s Friday bulletin, tomorrow (Wednesday, 2/17) and Friday (2/19), we will be running an adjusted bell schedule (see attached) to allot some intentional time to recognize Black History Month on the front end of our 3rd period classes.For that 22 minute allotted block of time, please follow this agenda:1) Hilliard City Anti-discrimination bill introduction: (please read) The power of student voice is remarkable and transformational! Last September, Jahari, a Hilliard high school student, contacted Hilliard City Council as to ways in which he could make our community more inclusive and accepting of all people. Two City Council members asked Jahari to leverage the power of student voice to help them expand existing anti-discrimination laws so that our city can protect people who are from communities related to sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, marital status and pregnancy because our current law in Hilliard does not include community members related to those classes. Jahari and other students in the Reaching Out to Cat Kids group got to work!Now, we need YOU. We need YOU to share with our elected officials in the form of a hard-copy letter why expanding the anti-discrimination legislation is necessary. If you have experienced discrimination because of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, marital status and pregnancy, please share your experiences as well so we can help the people who serve us understand us and understand why we need legislation that protects all people. There is a box where you can turn in your letter in the main office.We are proud of Jahari, Thomas and the other members of the Reaching Out to Cat Kids group for their inclusive, transformative efforts. Students, now it is your turn to help us bring about a better tomorrow.
As for free speech, prepare again for the jaw to drop: According to the Knight Foundation, a majority of Gen Z college students say that “shouting down speakers or trying to prevent them from talking” is sometimes or completely fair game.Given this astonishing number, one has to wonder what is being taught to kids before they get to college that allows them to mimic Big Tech in censoring or shouting down those with an opinion or perspective different from their own.