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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s ‘Equity Summit’ Condemns ‘Individualism’ as White Supremacy


Are you an individual? That is to say, are you a white supremacist? If you subscribe to a recent presentation compliments of Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee, it seems your only options are to fall in line or be a white racist — even, presumably, if you’re black.

As reported by Fox News, Jay held the 2022 Governor’s Equity Summit late last month in Tacoma. As part of the conference, the executive director of the state’s Professional Educator Standards Board presented via PowerPoint “Internal Transformation: How an Education Agency is Transforming Itself in the Name of Justice.”

One slide asked a hard question:


What does it look like when we move away from white supremacy culture toward indigenous relational pedagogy? What can you do tomorrow?

It went on to list “aspects of white supremacy culture.”

The rundown of crappily Caucasian characteristics:

Perfectionism
Sense of Urgency
Defensiveness
Quantity Over Quality
Worship of the Written Word
Paternalism
Either/Or Thinking
Power Hoarding
Fear of Open Conflict
Progress is Bigger, More
Right to Comfort
Perhaps the two most malignant:

Objectivity
Individualism
Between objectivity and individualism — one might say, objectivity and subjectivity — it doesn’t seem much room is left.

Still, the lesson found superior virtues among American Indians.

“Aspects of indigenous relational pedagogy”:

Ethical Usefulness
Collective (Prioritized Over the Individual)
Visiting
Perception
Slowness and Deliberateness
Consistency and Dependability
Honor, Integrity, and Honesty
Noninterference
Orality
Generosity
Humility and Gentleness
Responsibility and Reciprocity
Relationship

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The accounting of KKK-ish concepts doesn’t stray very far from that of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History & Culture. In 2020, it pegged peculiarities among People of the Pale:

Story cited here.

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