(The Post Millennial) – Dallas Justice Now (DJN), a “racial equity” advocacy group, has been actively campaigning to convince “wealthy white liberal” families to not send their white children to Ivy League schools or other top 50 collegiate institutions so that admission spots are available for people of color to “correct historical wrongs.”
An organization purporting to be a “racial justice” group has been sending letters, informing white, affluent Democrats about the “College Pledge,” around Dallas’s richest neighborhoods, such as storied Highland Park:
“These Democrat parents would walk across hot coals & plan a murder for the chance their kids go to an Ivy League or other top schools. Then they get this from a Black Lives Matter Organization,” tweets one user online, uploading an image of the letter, ostensibly sent to a friend or neighbor of hers:
I’m dead right now. 😂Highland Park is one of the richest areas in Texas. These Democrat parents would walk across hot coals & plan a murder for the chance their kids go to an Ivy League or other top schools. Then they get this from a Black Lives Matter Organization. 😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/WlmxNRiPco
— Kathleen McKinley (@KatMcKinley) July 25, 2021
“We are writing to you because we understand you are white and live within the Highland Park Independent School District and thus benefit from enormous privileges taken at the expense of communities of color,” the letter starts.
“You live in the whitest and wealthiest neighborhood in Dallas, whether you know it or not, you earned or inherited your money through oppressing people of color. However, it is also our understanding that you are a Democrat and supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement, which makes you one of our white allies and puts you in a position to help correct these cruel injustices,” it continues.
“We need you to step up and back up your words with action and truly sacrifice to make our segregated city more just,” the letter demands.
Many of the reading materials on the group’s website seem almost satirical in nature. On the group’s website, white parents can take the pledge online. The pledge form asks users reading it, “Will you take the college pledge?” There are two options available for users to choose: “I am a racist hypocrite” or “I agree.”