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California school administrator urged state to not give in to ‘privileged white voices’


A school district administrator in California has sparked outrage for stating she believes ‘privileged White voices’ should not be involved in establishing lessons. 

According to reports, Sarnia Shoman with the San Mateo Union High School District sent an email in 2021 to the California State superintendent, Tony Thurmond, arguing against proposed changes to the ethnic studies curriculum. 

‘We urge the [state board of education] not to give in to the pressures and influences of political lobbyists, racist & privileged white voices, and individuals,’ she said in the email, according to Fox News Digital. 

The changes put forward included Jewish-American studies and curriculum that would have brought in ‘multiple perspectives.’ 

According to reports, Sarnia Shoman with the San Mateo Union High School District sent an email in 2021 to the California State superintendent, Tony Thurmond, arguing against proposed changes to the ethnic studies curriculum

According to reports, Sarnia Shoman with the San Mateo Union High School District sent an email in 2021 to the California State superintendent, Tony Thurmond, arguing against proposed changes to the ethnic studies curriculum

This is a school in the San Mateo Union High School District where Shoman works

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