Access to White People Is Not a Civil Right

Saturday, October 26, 2019
By Paul Martin

By Gregory Hood
DCDirtyLaundry.com
October 26, 2019

“Good schools.” It’s the ultimate dog whistle, the proof of true preferences, the closing argument for race realism. Whatever people say publicly, very few want to send their children to failing, dangerous, “diverse” schools.

Recently, residents of the St. George area of southeastern Baton Rouge voted to secede and become an independent city. Residents fought a long battle because they wanted their own schools.

Critics claimed St. George was another example of “re-segregation.”

this is an interesting way for NYT to frame an effort to re-segregate Louisiana schools. pic.twitter.com/QGWdljbU4D

— the supreme court will destroy everything we want (@SeanMcElwee) October 15, 2019

In a May 20, 2019 article called “The New Secession,” The Atlantic said “73 communities have split to form their own school districts since 2000, and the rate of places doing so has rapidly accelerated in the past two years.”

It’s almost always white areas breaking away from “diverse” districts, and St. George is typical. It’s more than 70 percent white and less than 15 percent black; East Baton Rouge Parish is about 47 percent black.

St. George isn’t the first breakaway from the Baton Rouge school district. Central became an independent city in 2005 and opened its own school district in 2007. It “now has one of the top school systems in the state,” says The Guardian. It is also overwhelmingly white.

The Zachary community school board broke away from the East Baton Rouge Parish school district in 2002. “Largely white,” Zachary is now the “highest-performing” school district in the state, according to The74.

Baker also seceded. However, “with a much higher percentage of poor and minority students,” it continues to “struggle,” according to Business Report.

Mainstream media, which furiously denounce race realists, seem to understand that a school district’s success depends on the number of whites.

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