Tuesday, 21 June 2016

In the Classroom

"I was part of an after-school care program when I was in primary school. The supervisor was of a certain race that should be go better uncredited, and the majority of the students in the care were of the same race as him. They were recommended to the care by the family service in the area. Unfortunately, the teacher was biased towards them, and gave in to them regularly, while scolding the students other races for every minor thing we did. The students of that certain race liked to use the supervisor to get what they want, and would tell their tall tales to the supervisor to get us in trouble. The supervisor treated them with more priority, and the students regularly laughed and called us names in their language. It was disgusting and infuriating, many others (of the same race as me) felt the same and were confined to the feeling of helpless anger."

– Anonymous

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