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sudo wrote

They won't listen to you if you alone ask them. What I would do is talk to the other students about it, and see which ones share your concerns. If there are enough of them, I would have everyone confront the principal about removing police officers from the school. If they refuse, then stage a protest outside the school.

If there aren't enough of them, figure out which students are "on the fence" about police brutality. Try to convince them that the police are a force for evil. One-on-one talks are most effective, but putting up agit-prop flyers that aren't too extreme will also help. Just make sure you aren't caught putting them up, because they might try to punish you for it.

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emma wrote (edited )

BORN TO DIE

WORLD IS A FUCK

鬼神 Kill Em All 1989

I am trash man

410,757,864,530 DEAD COPS

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ziq wrote (edited )

You're white, dude. They're not there to mess with you.

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Pop wrote

Hopefully not everybody in his school is white though

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Pop wrote

Are you based in the US and isn't 'colored' not an acceptable term to use there?

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seitanicqueer98 wrote

it seems like the kid is thinking about implications that extend beyond their white privilege. trying to be a good ally. isn't that a good thing?

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Copenhagen_Bram wrote (edited )

I don't know how you got that information...

I don't tolerate racism, even if that racism is favorable to my skin color. Are you suggesting I would do otherwise?