Wednesday, November 16, 2016

San Francisco Public Schools Provided with Optional Lesson Plan That Refers to Donald Trump as a Sexist and Racist

San Francisco public school teachers are being provided with a lesson plan that refers to President-elect Donald Trump as sexist and a racist, reports ABC 7 San Francisco.

The school district told the San Francisco Examiner that this is an optional resource. It was put out by the teachers union, the United Educators of San Francisco.

"Let us please not sidestep the fact that a racist and sexiest man has become the president of our country by pandering to a huge racist and sexist base," the union said in a statement.

The author of the lesson plan,  Fakrah Shah, calls Trump a racist and sexist man and says teachers have a role to play to help students make sense of the new reality.


The full lesson plan is here.


  1. Is it more racist to make relatively inflammatory comments or to kill hundreds of thousands of brown skinned people in the Middle East? Trump may end up putting more troops in the ME, but as far as I know, he hasn't killed anyone yet.

    1. I'm "triggered" to the point of needing a safe space after reading your post!

      That old children's rhyme about "sticks and stones" is clearly outdated! We need to find an educator in Cali that will champion the cause of changing it to: "Sticks and stones can break my bones but words are always a heck of a lot worse! You racist!"

      (and for those not sure - and in this day and age I can't blame you - yes, this post is sarcasm)

  2. This is the criteria that liberals use to determine if someone is racist: If it moves, it's racist. If it doesn't move, it's racist. Since everything either moves or doesn't move, everything is racist.

  3. Since "progressives" think minorities and women are too stupid to become skilled on their own and negotiate their own favorable compensation packages, I submit that it is the "progressives" who are racist and sexist. Seriously.

  4. This is an absolutely wonderful opportunity to destroy the teacher's union and to start a debate about the complete privatization of education.

    They have just themselves exposed that public education is in the hands of an antagonistic, activist and propagandistic minority. What better reason to separate state from school?