School Cancels Halloween Parade Claiming Black Males Feel Marginalized

School Cancels Halloween Parade Claiming Black Males Feel Marginalized


A Seattle elementary school has cancelled its Halloween “Pumpkin Parade” because the school district says black males do not celebrate the holiday and feel marginalized by it.

Conservative talk host Jason Rantz, of The Jason Rantz Show on 770 KTTH, wrote at mynorthwest.com Wednesday that parents of children attending Benjamin Franklin Day Elementary (B.F. Day) School received a newsletter from the school on October 8, telling them the annual “Pumpkin Parade” event had been cancelled.

“As a school with foundational beliefs around equity for our students and families, we are moving away from our traditional ‘Pumpkin Parade’ event and requesting that students do not come to school in costumes,” the school stated in the newsletter, adding:

Halloween events create a situation where some

Trending: Did Joe Biden Really Say “I am not your President…Donald Trump is your President”?

Continue reading

You Might Like

 

Join the conversation!

Please share your thoughts about this article below. We value your opinions, and would love to see you add to the discussion!

Thanks for sharing!
Send this to a friend