A Virginia public school district’s equity lead sent out a graphic claiming that Christians are privileged and women, children, and people over the age of 50 experience “oppression.”
Lottie Spurlock, the equity director for Loudoun County Public School (LCPS) district — one of the most affluent school districts in the nation — passed out a graphic that used immutable characteristics to divide people into two groups — oppressed and privileged.
According to LCPS, the following groups experience “privilege”:
MenWhite PeopleChristiansHeterosexual20-50 Year OldsU.S. BornOwning/Middle- or High-Income BackgroundCurrently Able-BodiedCollege Educated or Parents College EducatedNot Adopted or Foster ChildEnglish as a Primary Language“Average” or “Thin” (referencing weight) Lighter Complexioned People of the Same Race
The graphic claims that the following groups experience “oppression”:
WomenChildrenPeople of ColorNon-ChristiansLesbian/Gay/Bisexual/QueerGender Non-conforming50 Years and OlderImmigrantWorking Class/Lower Income BackgroundDisabledNot College Educated or Parents Not College EducatedSingle Parent or Raised by a Single ParentAdopted or Foster ChildEnglish as a Second Language“Overweight” Darker Complexioned People of the Same Race
Ian Prior, the executive director of Fightforschools.com, told The