Agent of Change 
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Re: “D-49 principal may have been OK with N-word on playground

This is simply outrageous that people are so quick to judge this principal and make claims that he's "OK" with the N-word! Are you kidding me?! I don't care what the agenda of the Indy is, or what some of the comments on this article say, please read between the lines and use some common sense in this matter, people! There's simply no way that this guy would have just ignored the graffiti, or been "OK" with it as they reference here. I realize there are plenty of scummy people in the world, but how many people know anything else about this principal than what's portrayed in this malicious article? And to make a judgment that this is representative of his character, the school, or the District and the quality of education being provided... that's just ridiculous!! This school gets vandalized all the time if anyone really knows anything about the school. The fact that this all broke while the school was on a 2-week Spring Break is a bit ironic as well! The Indy and the NAACP seriously need to find something better to do with their time!! I've delayed any comment on this issue for the past 24 hours since originally hearing about this to let the steam settle a bit. I don't at all appreciate the use of the N-word, nor do I particularly associate strongly with one political party... I associate with what's RIGHT, and despise what's WRONG! This article and the attack on this principal is completely WRONG! Continue removing whatever graffiti is displayed at this school and others, and take the time to open your eyes to the possibility that this principal is being unjustly attacked and people just want some heads to roll.

Posted by Agent of Change on 04/06/2010 at 2:42 PM

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