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Dress Witches In Pink And Avoid White Paper To Prevent Racism

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/educationnews/8786641/Dress-witches-in-pink-and-avoid-white-paper-to-prevent-racism-in-nuseries-expert-says.html

From the Wicked Witch of the West in the Wizard of Oz to Meg, the good witch from the Meg and Mog children's books, witches have always dressed in black.

But their traditional attire has now come in for criticism from equality experts who claim it could send a negative message to toddlers in nursery and lead to racism.

Another staple of the classroom - white paper - has also been questioned by Anne O'Connor, an early years consultant who advises local authorities on equality and diversity.
Finally, staff should be prepared to be economical with the truth when asked by pupils what their favourite colour is and, in the interests of good race relations, answer "black" or "brown".

The measures, outlined in a series of guides in Nursery World magazine, are aimed at avoiding racial bias in toddlers as young as two.

the hatred these PeeCee do-gooders have for white people is amazing.

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I completely agree with her, I think the baddies in Cowboy & Western films should wear pink and white hats instead of the traditional black. ;)

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I was shocked to day to hear on the news a reference to 'black' bins - in the great weekly bin collection debate - in my mentally challenged authority they refer to then as 'grey' bins.

You can imagine the angst ridden discussion on that one.

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The amount of perverse social engineering we subject our children to these days is quite frightening.

What happened to keeping everything the way it normally is in real life and just saying, "everyone play nicely"

Or would that just be too easy :rolleyes:

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All I see is both the journalist and 'equality expert' desperately trying to create work for themselves here and justify their jobs.

Like throwing money into black pink hole. But talking about pink holes is sexist. Perhaps a blue hole.

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Finally, staff should be prepared to be economical with the truth when asked by pupils what their favourite colour is and, in the interests of good race relations, answer "black" or "brown".

The measures, outlined in a series of guides in Nursery World magazine, are aimed at avoiding racial bias in toddlers as young as two.

Is this from the onion?

Seriously i can't tell anymore.

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I completely agree with her, I think the baddies in Cowboy & Western films should wear pink and white hats instead of the traditional black. ;)

They should only make weapons in pink.

I have said this for a long time.

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The amount of perverse social engineering we subject our children to these days is quite frightening.

yep.

you've really got to wonder what their end game is when they spend all their time thinking of ways to brainwash "racist" white toddlers.

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yep.

you've really got to wonder what their end game is when they spend all their time thinking of ways to brainwash "racist" white toddlers.

And who knew paper was a weapon of the white supremacists?

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If I were alone with one of these people with nobody else around and guaranteed not to get caught for it... a swift punch to the face would be in order.

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yep.

you've really got to wonder what their end game is when they spend all their time thinking of ways to brainwash "racist" white toddlers.

Is this a UK-specific thing? Sounds like it..

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