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Racism accusations hit after HS appears to limit Multicultural Week lunch to students, staff 'of color.'

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  • Source: The Blaze
  • 03/20/2023

"Students and staff members of color" were originally invited to attend a Seattle public school's Multicultural Week potluck lunch set for Friday, according to a KTTH-AM story from conservative commentator Jason Rantz.

With that, observers reacted angrily to what appeared to be an exclusionary event at Lincoln High School, resulting in a number of racism accusations on social media.

But since then an updated invitation has been posted to the school's website, saying "any student is invited" to the potluck.
 
What are the details?

Rantz said the school's Multicultural Week runs through Friday, March 17, and that Principal Corey Eichner said it's meant to “promote cultural visibility” with events by the Black Student Union, Latino Student Union, and Asian Student Union. Rantz also said Eichner penned a message in a school newsletter stating that "students and staff of color and/or those who identify with any group represented by BSU/LSU/ASU are invited for a lunch potluck" Friday.

Source: The Blaze
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