It’s time to go viral.
It’s time to go viral.
Former first lady says people should question motives behind Trump administration delaying federal rules aimed at healthier school lunches.
The school meal changes reflect suggestions from the School Nutrition Association, which represents school nutrition directors and companies that sell food to schools. The group often battled with the Obama administration, which phased in the healthier school meal rules starting in 2012.
The bill had been scheduled for debate and approval Saturday in the state House, but it is not expected to come up next week
F’ing whitebread, inbred hicks.
An impassioned ruling against “the humiliation of rejection and the stigmatic harm of unequal treatment.”
…”It is legally indistinguishable from a sign reading ‘Whites Only’ on the hiring-office door. Memo 1-95 clearly excluded same-sex couples and individuals who identified as homosexuals either from being licensed or from having state wards placed in their homes. There is no dispute that all the plaintiffs were ready and able to be foster parents, were aware of and deterred by Memo 1-95, and would have taken further steps to become foster parents but for the barrier expressed in Memo 1-95. The plaintiffs considered any further action to be futile and did not wish to subject themselves to the humiliation of rejection and the stigmatic harm of unequal treatment.”
A new study may reveal one mechanism behind the strange allergy immunity of kids raised on farms.
…The research is related to something called the hygiene hypothesis, where a lack of exposure to microbes as a tyke leads to more allergy and asthma.
They don’t want their kid to notice her whiteness in Pre-k and then find out while addressing that question, that while they already own great books about diversity, the only children’s books specifically about whiteness are published by the KKK. They don’t want their child to ask them why Quintavious’s sister says she doesn’t like white people. They don’t want to have to wonder when the teacher calls, if they are getting extra attention because white parents are often perceived as overbearing. They want diversity, just not too much.
A [caucasian] 2-year-old defended her choice to select a black doll when a cashier told her “we have lots of other dolls that look more like you,” the girl’s mother shared on social media.