This week, between this Heineken ad, Roseanne's non-acting ass back on TV (especially on the same network that was miserable to "outrageous white working-class America") ish episode about NFL player kneeling) and now a minstrel show in a grade school, I think Wypipo is pitching us with open racism followed by "Who Me?"
Last case in point: On Friday, a charter school in Atlanta had to apologize for a program of black history months in which 6- and 7-year-olds wore blackface masks with insect eyes and red lips.
Here is a video of the fucking: 
As you can see, the classroom included both black and white second graders at the Kindezi school in Old Fourth Ward, who reads the Harlem Renaissance poet Paul Laurence Dunbar's "We Wear the Mask," which reads in part: "We wear the mask, the grin d, lies, It hides our cheeks and shadows our eyes, We pay this debt Human guilt, we smile with torn and bleeding hearts. "
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that after the parents began to publish the video, the school's three locations in Atlanta issued a statement," This was a bad one and Inappropriate Decision I sincerely apologize and take responsibility for the injury, anger, frustration and disappointment that this has in the Kindezi community and throughout the community aft has caused.
Whatever this teacher tried for the Black History Month (no less in March) They failed miserably In a Facebook screenshot of the alleged governess, the African-American woman explained that the masks were "her idea."
And although the fact that the teacher was black was better than the teacher was white, he demonstrated with a black face.The mask that the black people wear every day and wear their white students is the epitome of a good intention, direct Going to Hell It would be a mystery to a college theater class about the history of Minstrelsy to get away with it, so why would not someone mark that at elementary school is a mystery to me.
The irony is that loud the school's website, "Kindezi" is a Bantu word that describes how a community educates, loves, and values each child.
Kindezi plans to go along with an apology Providing cultural skills training for teachers – one of them, despite its blackness, has made my week of racial fatigue in pop culture so much worse.
This post was updated at 13:15 EST, Sat., March 31, with a Facebook response screenshot by the teacher who showed the show and explained her actions. The text has been changed accordingly.