A California District administrator, Samia Shoman, has sparked controversy by calling for the removal of "privileged White voices" from influencing the curriculum in her district.
According to a recent report by Fox News, Shoman, who is involved in overseeing curriculum in her district, made the statement during a meeting with parents and educators discussing the implementation of a far-left ethnic studies curriculum.
Shoman reportedly stated, "We need to make sure that we are not centering White voices and perspectives in our curriculum. We need to make sure that we are uplifting and centering the voices and experiences of marginalized communities."
This statement has caused backlash among parents and educators who believe that it is important to have a diverse range of voices and perspectives in the curriculum. Many have criticized the administrator for promoting a divisive and discriminatory agenda that is harmful to students and the community as a whole.