New York City Department of Education employee shuts down 'racially-charged' question on controversial book

다니엘 수자 에고로프, 지역 교육 위원회 부회장, 지역구를 대표하는, Fox News Digital에 그녀가 “충격.”

“그것은 나에게 일어난 적이 없다,” 에고로프가 말했다. “운수 나쁘게, there are a lot of people in the country now that think those values, [의] the open and honest debate [are not as important as whether]… some people are going to get uncomfortable and hurt… But I mean, we are adults.

The book she asked about in the town hall was recommended in New York City’s Mosaic Independent Reading Collection and begins with an explanation of why discussions with young children about race are essential to fight against bias and stereotypes and continues on to claim that White people invented racism.

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Do you think whites invented racism? And if so, 언제? What century, 대충? At what age do a feel children should be introduced to such material without direct parental involvement?” Egorov asked.

'Our Skin' book by Jessica Ralli and Megan Madison

‘Our Skinbook by Jessica Ralli and Megan Madison (Screenshot/YouTube)

그때, a DOE employee interrupted and said theracially-charged questionmust not be addressed. The employee works at the DOE’s Family and Community Empowerment (FACE) 팀, whose functions include fostering parentsengagement in education. “The FACE team has staff members focused on parent empowermentAll team members help to amplify parent voices across the city,” the DOE’s website said about the program.

The DOE employee said, “Before you ask that question, I’d like to interject and say that this could be a racially-charged question and at this time you should be considering transitioning to community feedback or the candidates will leave the platform.