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Re: Why is it taking so long to change the FCPS names with ties to the Confederacy
Posted by: wtw grad 1997 ()
Date: February 10, 2020 04:53PM

old enough 2 remember Wrote:
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> Mr. Woodson was a gradualist, urging that black
> and white children begin going to school together
> in the first grade and continue together
> thereafter. That was his plan to ease into
> integration. The state of Virginia forced Woodson
> to integrate the county schools immediately.

>https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/local/1983/07/14/wt-woodson-fairfax-schools-ex-chief-dies/586b7f6c-997a-4022-a2ec-44a79ff5fa35/


Woodson was a real cock! Fuck him.

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Re: Why is it taking so long to change the FCPS names with ties to the Confederacy
Posted by: WTW Was A Good Man ()
Date: February 10, 2020 05:45PM

WT Woodson retired in 1962 his plan was ahead of the time the state refused to do what he suggested which was a humane idea in his day to get whites acceptance to blacks in schools without hatred

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Re: Why is it taking so long to change the FCPS names with ties to the Confederacy
Posted by: WT Woodson Served in WW 1 ()
Date: February 10, 2020 05:53PM

In the US Army in France , then we have these gutless Democrat jellyfish spines that never served dishonoring a good mans name

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Re: Why is it taking so long to change the FCPS names with ties to the Confederacy
Posted by: Hairy Bird ()
Date: February 11, 2020 04:40AM

Virginia politics was controlled in the 1950’s by Senator Harry Byrd. He called his school program “Massive Resistance,” and implemented it state-wide. The key legislative piece was that any school that integrated would simply lose its state funding and be shut down.
In Fairfax County, “massive resistance” took a less dramatic form but was carried out nonetheless. It wasn’t until 1960 that a “pupil placement board” began accepting applications from black students to attend white schools. Within two years, around 108 black students had dared to integrate a school system of around 25,000 white students. Even after being admitted, these students were officially prohibited from joining school clubs and athletics. Every individual school and classroom, every sports team, every drama club had to be “broken” by courageous young people who were willing to be the first.

Those are the people the schools should be named after!

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Re: Why is it taking so long to change the FCPS names with ties to the Confederacy
Posted by: Mr Blackman ()
Date: February 11, 2020 04:44PM

Hairy Bird Wrote:
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> Virginia politics was controlled in the 1950’s
> by Senator Harry Byrd. He called his school
> program “Massive Resistance,” and implemented
> it state-wide. The key legislative piece was that
> any school that integrated would simply lose its
> state funding and be shut down.
> In Fairfax County, “massive resistance” took a
> less dramatic form but was carried out
> nonetheless. It wasn’t until 1960 that a
> “pupil placement board” began accepting
> applications from black students to attend white
> schools. Within two years, around 108 black
> students had dared to integrate a school system of
> around 25,000 white students. Even after being
> admitted, these students were officially
> prohibited from joining school clubs and
> athletics. Every individual school and classroom,
> every sports team, every drama club had to be
> “broken” by courageous young people who were
> willing to be the first.
>
> Those are the people the schools should be named
> after!


I had no idea that WT Woodson was such a racist piece of shit.

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Re: Why is it taking so long to change the FCPS names with ties to the Confederacy
Posted by: 501 tears ()
Date: February 11, 2020 08:28PM

American Loyalist Wrote:
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> The racist named schools like Robert E Lee high
> school should have been changed years ago. What is
> the hold up??

Fairfax is full of racists.

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Re: Why is it taking so long to change the FCPS names with ties to the Confederacy
Posted by: vedssssssss ()
Date: February 12, 2020 08:25PM

501 tears Wrote:
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> American Loyalist Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > The racist named schools like Robert E Lee high
> > school should have been changed years ago. What
> is
> > the hold up??
>
> Fairfax is full of racists.

That's for sure!

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Re: Why is it taking so long to change the FCPS names with ties to the Confederacy
Posted by: sooo triggered1 ()
Date: February 15, 2020 07:45AM

It looks like Lake Braddock secondary school will need a name change too. General Braddock was a British general and he killed a bunch of native Americans, he also did business in slave trading and he was probably a rapist.

How about James W Robinson? Do we have any dirt on him?

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Re: Why is it taking so long to change the FCPS names with ties to the Confederacy
Posted by: sgt. Rock ()
Date: February 16, 2020 12:47PM

sooo triggered1 Wrote:
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> It looks like Lake Braddock secondary school will
> need a name change too. General Braddock was a
> British general and he killed a bunch of native
> Americans, he also did business in slave trading
> and he was probably a rapist.
>
> How about James W Robinson? Do we have any dirt on
> him?

Yes, he did a few brave things in Vietnam but he was white so the Robinson name will have to be changed as well.

"Enemy snipers located in nearby trees were inflicting heavy casualties on forward elements of Sgt. Robinson's unit. Upon locating the enemy sniper whose fire was taking the heaviest toll, he took a grenade launcher and eliminated the sniper. Seeing a medic hit while administering aid to a wounded sergeant in front of his position and aware that now the 2 wounded men were at the mercy of the enemy, he charged through a withering hail of fire and dragged his comrades to safety, where he rendered first aid and saved their lives. As the battle continued and casualties mounted, Sgt. Robinson moved about under intense fire to collect from the wounded their weapons and ammunition and redistribute them to able-bodied soldiers.

Adding his fire to that of his men, he assisted in eliminating a major enemy threat. Seeing another wounded comrade in front of his position, Sgt. Robinson again defied the enemy's fire to effect a rescue. In so doing he was himself wounded in the shoulder and leg. Despite his painful wounds, he dragged the soldier to shelter and saved his life by administering first aid. While patching his own wounds, he spotted an enemy machine gun which had inflicted a number of casualties on the American force. His rifle ammunition expended, he seized 2 grenades and, in an act of unsurpassed heroism, charged toward the entrenched enemy weapon. Hit again in the leg, this time with a tracer round which set fire to his clothing, Sgt. Robinson ripped the burning clothing from his body and staggered indomitably through the enemy fire, now concentrated solely on him, to within grenade range of the enemy machine gun position. Sustaining 2 additional chest wounds, he marshaled his fleeting physical strength and hurled the 2 grenades, thus destroying the enemy gun position, as he fell dead upon the battlefield. His magnificent display of leadership and bravery saved several lives and inspired his soldiers to defeat the numerically superior enemy force.

Sgt. Robinson's conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity, at the cost of his life, are in keeping with the finest traditions of the U.S. Army and reflect great credit upon the 1st Infantry Division and the U.S. Armed Forces."

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Re: Why is it taking so long to change the FCPS names with ties to the Confederacy
Posted by: Gerrytardin to da oldies ()
Date: February 16, 2020 08:25PM

Virginia was the name of a confederate state! It MUST be changed! How about the Peoples Commonwealth of Vagina?

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