By David Marcus | 2 October 2019
THE FEDERALIST — This week, Leslie Miller Chislett became the fourth employee of the New York City Department of Education (DOE) to bring suit against the department and its chancellor, Richard Carranza, for anti-white bias. As reported in The Federalist this past May, three other white employees engaged a like suit along similar lines earlier this year.
The latest suit highlights shocking abuses within the department and a willingness to judge and punish employees, including diminishing their responsibilities on the basis of race, which the lawsuit alleges violates New York City Human Rights Law.
The suit argues that the DOE and Carranza “have created a workplace hostile to persons on the basis of their race, namely Caucasians, by using highly offensive material and presentations to ‘train’ its employees into believing, as Carranza believes, that Caucasians are nothing more than hurtful stereotypes and are implicitly unable to care for children of other races, and by condoning the shaming, accusations and demeaning name calling of Caucasian employees because of the color of their skin.” […]