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Oregon dad cries bitter tears over ‘privilege’ survey: School ‘wants to shame you for being white’

Some parents at Aloha High School in suburban Portland, Oregon are questioning the wisdom of a teacher’s decision to send his students home with a “white privilege survey” that asked them to evaluate the various ways that they may or may not benefit from white privilege. Other...
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