Behind the Poll:

Missouri teachers told ‘white supremacy’ includes ‘all lives matter,’ calling police on blacks

Training materials for the Springfield, Mo., school district told teachers they could be engaging in white supremacy simply by insisting the English language be used or calling police on a black suspect, according to records released under a freedom of information request.

It included an “oppression matrix” that identified privileged social groups capable of oppression as including “white people,” “male assigned at birth,” “gender conforming CIS men and women,” “heterosexuals,” “rich, upper-class people” and “Protestants.”

The victims of oppression, the slide stated, included minorities, gays, transgender people, working class and poor Americans.
– John Solomon