Here we go again, with a left-wing school telling white parents how to parent, this time telling white parents to stop using the evil word “mom” and “dad.”
The school, the Grace Church School in Noho, wants parents to use “inclusive language” with their kids… at home!
Yeah, it’s none of their business how parents speak to their own children in their own homes.
This intrusive busy-body nonsense came in a 12-page guide issued to students by the school’s staff, according to the New York Post.
Per the paper:
The detailed guide recommends using the terms “grown-ups,” “folks,” “family” or “guardians” as alternatives to “mom,” “dad” and “parents.” It also suggests using “caregiver” instead of “nanny/babysitter.”
“Families are formed and structured in many ways. At Grace Church School, we use inclusive language that reflects this diversity. It’s important to refrain from making assumptions about who kids live with, who cares for them, whether they sleep in the same place every night, whether they see their parents, etc.,” the guide reads.
The school also demanded that parents change the way they talk about gender around their kids.
Instead of asking a person, “What are you? Where are you from?,” the query should be, “What is your cultural/ethnic background? Where are your ancestors/is your family from?,” according to Grace’s guide.
The school insisted that the document was meant to “promote a sense of belonging” for the kids.
“Grace is an Episcopal school. As part of our Episcopal identity, we recognize the dignity and worth common to humanity,” the school said in a statement.
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