Skip to comments.Lawsuit Against Santa Barbara School District Over 'Unconscious Bias' Curriculum
Posted on 12/12/2018 6:46:13 AM PST by Sean_Anthony
Anti-Caucasian, anti-male, anti-Christian and 'Unconscious Bias' curriculum
Los Angeles attorney Eric Early, working with a group of Santa Barbara parents and teachers over anti-Caucasian, anti-male, anti-Christian and Unconscious Bias curriculum, filed a complaint Monday evening in the United States District Court for the Central District of California on behalf of Fair Education Santa Barbara against the Santa Barbara Unified School District and JUST Communities Central Coast.
Santa barb is a beautiful natural space. Filled with people who think that is the way of the earth. They quickly forget things like the Montecito mudslides and the UCSB muders and the Tea fire. Pre internet they were cool...now a bunch of isolated ideologues.
Like this will go anywhere in communist California...
Excellent. Glad they are suing against the anti everything crowd!
Were they really cool—or were they a bunch of overprivileged, self-congratulatory, Southern CA types all along?
Both...but before there was total access of ideas they had cool shops...or restaurants or off beat music...or clothes...now they have been subsumed by the greater cultural vibe and all thats left is what you describe.. Still a beautiful geographical area.
Indeed. I’ve been there 6-8 times, but not before the “cool” and “offbeat” was already studied posture and commoditized.
I agree with you. I am close enough to go there many times and visit for 8 or 10 hours...exercise...eat on the pier...very nice...I try to ignore their ignorant social trendiness
Love Santa Bárbara
Wifes folks live there
I ride the trails. Sit in the amazing hot springs
Look at the beautiful islands in the distance
They want to ban straws ? Meh
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