By: Diane Benjamin
ISU President Dietz spoke at the NAACP rally. The only video I can find is posted is on the WEEK 25 Facebook page. Unless you are on Facebook you won’t be able to see it. He only spoke for a few minutes. His comments ended with ISU is committed to social justice.
This is one definition of what social justice means:
If President Dietz really wants Social Justice he can start with one thing:
No child anywhere in America should be stuck in a failing school that doesn’t provide a quality education. Education provides a path to success, those opposed are the true oppressors.
There is only one political party that opposes school choice. Why would democrats oppose providing opportunities to every child? For the same reason they refuse to support clean elections with Voter ID?
True Social Justice starts with equipping every citizen with the tools to succeed. Unless President Dietz calls for School Choice as part of social justice his words are meaningless.
That brings me to ISU graduate, City of Bloomington employee, and head of the local Democrat party – Nikita Richards:
Is Nikita trying to start a race war?
Does Bloomington have an ethics code for employees?