A middle school teacher in North Carolina allegedly forced several students to stand and APOLOGIZE for their “white privilege”.

Farren Wilkinson first brought this to the attention of the Rockingham County School board when she says a teacher at Western Rockingham Middle School made the white kids in her class do this.

“[The teacher] caused some of her students to stand up and apologize to other students based on their inequal [sic] opportunities of education,” Wilkinson said.

“So I would like to know how our schools can allow an educator to humiliate, bully and degrade students. This is not a matter of race but a matter of a teacher using fear and the embarrassment of children to satisfy her own personal anger or beliefs.”

From the Lens report:

American Lens was also told by one parent that the incident was more specific than Wilkinson stated.

According to that parent, [the teacher] forced her white students to stand in front of the class and apologize to the minority students for their “white privilege.”

American Lens contacted Stephanie Wray, Principal of Western Rockingham Middle School, [and] asked for comment the alleged white privilege [the] incident […]

Wray indicated no such incident happened.

“In regard to your additional requests, I can not [sic] speak on any individual, however any allegations brought to our attention are investigated thoroughly and proper disciplinary action is taken if needed. Again, I can not speak regarding specific individuals due to personnel law, however the particular incident you asked about was unfounded to happen at our school,” wrote Wray.

It seems as though the Rockingham County Public schools have fell into a “feel-good” trap, otherwise know as “equity training”. This is headed by a group called OpenSource which works as a left-leaning partner for such events including radical groups, pro-illegal immigration, and several others.

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