Apparently, it’s because people in some “cultures” don’t eat sandwich bread.
In an effort to combat creeping “racism and white privileges,” Dr. Verenice Gutierrez, Principal at Portland Oregon Harvey Scott K-8 School explained in an interview the inherent racism of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
Indeed, teachers have been forcing “racism” on their students by using food of “non diverse” persons as examples.
Rather than “recognize” that different people eat different foods, the “fundamental” PB&J sandwich of “white oppression” was held up as an example, which served to “marginalize” diverse choices and foods.
Students were left knowing their “food choices and cultures” were inferior to a peanut butter and jelly sandwich; mainly served on “white” bread which further drove home the “racist” lessons.
Thanks to the “bold and decisive” moves of Principal Gutierrez, students no longer have to “suffer” having their diversity “attacked” each time they sit down and eat lunch.
All sandwich makers must sign a “voucher of compliance” not to deliver any “PB&J” sandwiches to the Portland Oregon Harvey Scott K-8 School.
This raises other “disturbing” questions.
It is obvious that PB&J sandwiches are racist, as they are nearly exclusively made with “white” bread, rather than the more racially sensitive, “darker” colored pumpernickel bread.
But what if a “white” person eats “darker” colored bread?” Is not that also symbolic of “racial” oppression?
Is society emphasizing certain “racist” foods over more correct and “diverse” foods?
If a “white” person prefers to eat a “pork” chop, are they oppressing their “Muslim” neighbors?
It is time to “reform” the food industry and “mandate” culturally sensitive foods that no longer remind minorities of “white oppression.”
It appears that while the “noble” teachers at Scott K-8 school in Portland have the “correct” thinking, there is still a need for more “diversity and sensitivity” training.
These pictures show that Barack Hussein and Michelle Obama are true “classless” upper crust “racists.”
Obviously they didn’t “get” or completely “ignored” Dr. Verenice Gutierrez top focus “racial equity” staff memo.
In an effort to keep “PB&J” sandwiches alive, President Obama has signed an executive order to “Spread the Welch” around to other cultures in an effort to eliminate the “racial” implications of sandwiches.
I know what some of you are thinking: “Doesn’t that mean pretty much any food item is racist?”
True, that is why our “education” system needs to become more “focused” on the collective.
“Diversity, equality, and equal rights” are today’s virtues our Educators are “striving” to achieve!
No longer will children have to be “buried” under the immense pressure of having to get good “grades” or tire themselves carrying heavy “books” filled with lots of pages.
Instead, they can simply learn “progressive” thoughts implemented by the “Common Core” curriculum which is being “forced” upon the states by the Obama administration.
The glorious world of “Next Tuesday” is almost upon us!
Makes my head “spin” trying to figure out which came first, the “peanut butter or the jelly.”