A Follow Up on the Persecuted Miss Williams
by Mack Rights
Since my initial reporting on this situation, I’ve learned more of what happened. By the way, the first teacher that reported Miss Williams to the teachers’ collective was a woman and not a man. In any case, upon receiving an email from Miss Williams’ mother, I have an even better handle of what kind of evil nonsense the Rochester Teachers Association (RTA- the local teachers union) is wielding.
From the email, it appears that, after the essay was copied and distributed to other teachers in the school, Miss Williams’ mother and father immediately started receiving harassing phone calls from various teachers at the school. She didn’t even know some of these teachers, but they were all describing how bad Miss Williams (a straight-A student) was being. Her grades were bad, but the teachers refused to show the tests she’d failed. Instead, they claimed that Miss Williams wasn’t turning in her homework.
Then Miss Williams was kicked out of class for laughing and was threatened with in-school suspension.
When Miss Williams’ mother would go to the meetings with the teachers that were persecuting her daughter, other teachers would be there, as well as union thug representatives from the RTA. Surprise, her questions weren’t answered, as the teachers hid behind the union rep thug.
Upon pulling Miss Williams out of the school, she attempted to get her into another one that might have been acceptable. The teachers, knowing better, convinced her that that school was filled. “Try this one,” they demanded.
Miss Williams’ first day at this new school was made unforgettable in that she was lucky enough to witness four fights. The other students asked her if she was there because she was a fighter. Imagine that. They stuck her into a problem-child school. It’s the place where the teachers union stashes all the children they consider to be FCA’s (future criminals of America).
Luckily, Miss Williams’ parents love her enough to get her the heck away from there. Miss Williams’ mother has quit her job and is trying to home school her daughter. The strange thing is, the school system wants her back at the throwaway-kid school- obviously for the money- but they don’t want her in the school system enough to actually offer her the education she deserves. They’d rather send her off to reeducation camp with the kids they’d already given up on. This government-school thuggery may sound unbelievable, but for those of us who understand the levels, to which the government union workers will go to protecting their fiefdom, it is completely understandable.
We will be reaching out to the teachers involved. Miss Williams’ mother has found that repeatedly futile. We hope to get their side of the story and help to get this situation resolved.
To find out more about the true history of blacks in America, please join us Saturday February 11th (tomorrow) at 2:00pm at the Joy Community Church on the corner of Bay and Goodman. This is a free black history month event, and Miss Williams will be presented with the Frederick Douglass Foundation of NY’s Spirit of Freedom award.
For more information on this incredible story, please contact the Frederick Dounglass Foundation at email@example.com or (585)615-9551. Thank you.
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