📣🔵🔴Hey guys, Tonight's topic is about CHILD MIGRATION CAMPS! So Are Child Migration Camps a form of torture?••• .
No, they are treated and accommodated well, also most of the time they cross the border they are not with their parents, but someone else? .
Yes, they are held captive by the government against their and their parents will? .
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Question time: My school held an event earlier in the year called “diversity day” where we focused on diversity of race, gender and sexuality. We watched videos on “microaggressions” and attended different speakers. I listened to a speaker that does charity work for low income families, and a much worse speaker talking about how we don’t learn enough Asian history in school. We then attended a panel where a bunch of different people talked about injustices they all faced. 3/7 were union organizers, one was a gay Jewish preacher, one was one of our schools spanish teachers. The stuff that they talked about didn’t even seem like discrimination to me, and we were not allowed to ask questions to the panel afterwards. I personally thought this day was almost useless due to the lack of actually discussion, it felt like they were just shoving stuff down our throats. But to my point: what does this diversity thing mean in public schools? The school I go to has a very large percent of Asian students, but pulls a B- diversity rating. What does any of this mean and why is it important? And how can a public school become more diverse?