Davenport on Latinos
From the N&R:
RALEIGH — Two legal advocacy groups have filed a federal civil rights complaint against North Carolina’s largest school system, alleging discrimination against Latino students and their families.
The complaint filed against Wake County Public Schools by Legal Aid of North Carolina and the Southern Poverty Law Center asks the U.S. Department of Education to require the system to provide documents sent home about suspensions and special-education services in Spanish for parents with limited proficiency in English.
The complaint names three Wake students who had information provided to their families in English even though their parents couldn’t read the documents, a practice that the groups contend violates federal law.
Latinos account for about 15 percent of the district’s student population, with about half of those children having limited proficiency in English.
From Charles Davenport, Jr. at The Greensboro Guardian:
The SPLC, it is important to note, is an extreme left-wing organization, which is notorious for branding as “hate speech” any language that questions the wisdom of progressive public policy. The SPLC has no credibility whatsoever, and its claims should be examined critically.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is an American nonprofit civil rights organization noted for its legal victories against white supremacist groups; its legal representation for victims of hate groups; its monitoring of alleged hate groups, militias and extremist organizations; and its educational programs that promote tolerance. The SPLC classifies as hate groups organizations that denigrate or assault entire groups of people, typically for attributes that are beyond their control.
Given that Davenport is a proven bigot, racist and misogynist who also hates the poor and educators, it is no surprise his rabid xenophobia includes Latino citizens:
Immigrants who wish to succeed in American society must learn to speak English. Assimilation pays handsome dividends, in terms of economics and citizenship alike. In this case, for a change, the public schools did something right. In a day or two, of course, Wake County will apologize for the “offense.”
If, as Davenport has previously stated, educators should seek work in higher paying fields, who would be left to teach the Latinos English? Of course, situational ethics are normal for mouth-breathing knuckle-draggers like Davenport and the social retards. As regards assimilation, should he choose to join the human race, which is made up of tolerant, thoughtful and compassionate people, he might also find it pays handsome dividends in the absence of mockery and ridicule.