@Steve_Sailer WWH has its Operation Barberossa:
1. White kid cuts (barely) black kid's hair on (back of?) bus.
2. (Barely) black dad asymmetrically "fixes" hair
3. White librarian cuts hair
4. Police report filed
5. Librarian not yet doxxed
5. Ben Crump?https://t.co/Ea9VQmUNvE pic.twitter.com/IakFnhzgwi
— 𝙴𝚍 𝙿𝚢𝚛𝚘𝚜 (@EdKPyros) April 20, 2021
From the Daily Mail:
By HOLDEN WALTER-WARNER FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
PUBLISHED: 10:24 EDT, 20 April 2021 | UPDATED: 16:35 EDT, 20 April 2021
A seven-year-old Michigan girl has been pulled from her elementary school after a student cut some of her hair without permission, only for a teacher to cut the rest off days later in a separate incident.
Jurnee Hoffmeyer, who is biracial, was riding the bus March 24 when a classmate with scissors, who is white, cut most of her hair on one side of her head, she claimed to her father. …
Hoffmeyer followed up with the school and was told the library teacher wouldn’t receive any discipline more than a note in her work file, at most.
Hoffmeyer claimed the principal tried to get the incident to disappear without issuing more serious discipline.
‘She kept asking me what she could do to make it go away,’ Hoffmeyer said of the school’s principal.
The district superintendent called Hoffmeyer a week later offering to mail out apology cards, a call he angrily hung up on.
Meanwhile, the library teacher has not been publicly identified.
Hoffmeyer ultimately filed a report with local police, although they have not yet followed up on his complaint.
Hoffmeyer is biracial, as are his three daughters, while his wife, Christie, is white.
A school board meeting about the incident was held Monday night, though it’s unclear if there was any resolution to the issue.
‘Just got done with the school board meeting … I must say I couldn’t be more proud and thankful of all the love and support my family received from our community and others from all around the world,’ Christie Hoffmeyer posted on Facebook.
During the school board meeting, one person noted the seriousness of cutting the hair of a Black or biracial child.
‘I feel like you don’t quite understand the impact of hair on the Black community or how serious this matter actually goes,’ one person said during the board meeting, according to UpNorthLive.
Only iSteve readers are aware of just how serious World War Hair really is.