STARNES: School Bans White Parents From Council Election

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They held elections the other day for the school council at Northside Elementary in Cynthiana, Kentucky. 

By all accounts, it was a fair election – no reports of voter fraud or shenanigans. 

But there was one glaring issue. 

Not a single minority parent was elected to the school council. And that’s apparently a violation of the law.

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Any school that has a student body of at least eight percent minority students must have a minority parent representative. 

In other words, there were too many white folks on the school council. 

Principal Joshua Powers fired off a letter to moms and dads announcing they would have to have another election. But this time – only parents of color would be allowed to participate. 

Candidates were required to come from a specific ethnic group – American Indian, Pacific Islander, African American, Hispanic or Alaskan native. 

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Apparently, there’s a good many Samoans and Eskimos living in Cynthiana, Kentucky. 

To be clear – white people can vote in the election, they just can’t be a declared candidate. 

How very un-American. 

There may be a loophole, though — it’s possible that a person of the Caucasian persuasion could run for office provided they self-identify as a minority. 

It’s called the “Rachel Dolezal Amendment.”

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