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By Patrick F. Bassett, President, NAIS (retired), and Sanje Ratnavale, President, OESIS Network In some private schools the hunger for redemption regarding historic racism has unleashed a feast for journalists
Downtown Los Angeles: May 29, 2020 Caleb: These words were playing in my head as the bus headed to the jail with me, a photographer, and 60 BLM protesters, inside.
Dear Caitlin, I appreciated the brief email exchange after reading your Atlantic article, “Private Schools Are Indefensible.” I know you have received an avalanche of responses and read follow-on articles
My strategy was to avoid the topic. I considered myself “not racist,” but when issues of racism came up, I’d demur, “it’s not my area of expertise.” In other words:
It was March 9, a cold and overcast day in the northeast, when the Bari Weiss article, The Miseducation of America’s Elites, appeared on the Internet. Two days later, on