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San Diego Schools Set To Indoctrinate Students Against ‘Stand Your Ground’ Laws
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Quote:The San Diego Unified School District will essentially require public school students to keep talking about the Trayvon Martin self-defense shooting this fall, following a July 30 school board vote ordering superintendent Cindy Marten to “initiate dialogues among middle and high school students across the district concerning the Trayvon Martin case.”

In addition to requiring students to “speak honestly about their identification with Trayvon Martin’s story, including feelings of fear, anger, and skepticism that they will live in a just society as they prepare for the future,” the board also invites them to “speak honestly about ‘Stand Your Ground’ laws that could give one person an unfair advantage over another.”

Why don’t they just go ahead and advance-write the script for these dialogues and tell everyone in the 132,000-student district what to think?
Quote:The dialogue with District middle and high school students would provide opportunity for the following to occur:

Allow students to speak honestly about their identification with Trayvon Martin’s story, including feelings of fear, anger and skepticism that they will live in a just society as they prepare for the future.

Allow students to speak honestly about the world view that prompted George Zimmerman to confront Trayvon Martin.

Help students develop perspectives and strategies to channel their feelings about Trayvon Martin into positive work for themselves and the larger community.

Allow students to speak honestly about the “Stand Your Ground” laws that could give one person an unfair advantage over another and the pros and cons of their perceptions.

Help students develop perspectives and strategies to channel their feelings when confronted by others in an authoritative manner.

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middlefinger;114671 Wrote:Allow students to speak honestly about the “Stand Your Ground” laws that could give one person an unfair advantage over another and the pros and cons of their perceptions.

By "unfair advantage" I hope they mean the unfair advantage Mr. Martin got by striking Mr. Zimmerman first and then mounting him to ground and pound. Or, the unfair advantage this law would give criminals if it were repealed whereby peaceful law-abiding citizens would always have to retreat and allow criminals to always control/dominate the scene of the crime.
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To me, convincing someone that they don't need to practice self defense is like convincing them that grass is pink. The sad part is....it's working.
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RugerGirl;114711 Wrote:To me, convincing someone that they don't need to practice self defense is like convincing them that grass is pink. The sad part is....it's working.

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