Dearborn, MI – Dearborn Public Schools, you are known as a community of hardworking, dedicated people.
The school district is known for its student-to-teacher ratio, and students from all backgrounds are able to participate in our schools and participate in the community.
Unfortunately, you have a history of being a hotbed for sexual assault, harassment and racism.
You are the target of a growing list of lawsuits that claim that you have been using a racist and misogynistic culture to suppress the voices of students.
You have faced these lawsuits over a long time, and I hope you will hear me out in the letter that I am writing.
If you continue to refuse to acknowledge your history of racist and discriminatory policies and practices, you will continue to stand for the racist and sexist culture that you promote.
You must immediately reverse all policies and actions that discriminate against students, staff, and faculty.
You can’t continue to ignore the problems that have plagued your schools and that will continue until you do.
We have had enough.
I am asking you to reverse your discriminatory and sexist policies and policies that exclude students from the community and the district.
You cannot continue to deny that you exist and that you are racist and insensitive.
You need to take responsibility for your actions and stop perpetuating a toxic culture of discrimination and racism in your schools.
I hope that your city school district takes a step forward, and that this letter serves as a wake-up call for all of you.
I also hope that you take a step back and think about the problems in your district.
This letter is a call to action, and it will be forwarded to your school board and city administration.
This petition was written by the Dearborn-based group Dearborn Action for Social Justice (DAJSSJ), a local grassroots organization that has been working to stop the school district’s policies of excluding students, including students of color, from the Dearborne Public Schools for over five years.
In the letter, the group called on the Dearbembers of the community to write to the school board, city administrators, and city council members to tell them that Dearborn is no longer a safe city for all students.
Dearborn’s discriminatory and discriminatory history of racism, harassment, and discrimination are not just a problem in Dearborn but also in communities across the United States.
In 2017, more than 5,000 students and staff members were fired from Dearborn schools, including the city’s oldest school, Dearborn High School.
In 2018, the city removed the word “white” from the school building in Dearbeman, and in 2019, a Dearborn city council member resigned in protest over discriminatory policies against students.
And in 2017, a group of Dearborn residents filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Dearbemeere claiming that the school is racist and discriminates against students of colour.
Since then, more and more Dearborn students and educators have signed on to this petition to stand up against these discriminatory policies.
The Dearborn School District has a long history of discriminatory and racist policies, and these policies continue to haunt the school.
We cannot let these discriminatory and racially discriminatory policies continue until the Dearbs schools are a safe place for all children and staff.
As we move forward in the years to come, we will continue the fight for the Dearbes schools to be a safe and welcoming place for students, teachers, and administrators.
The letter to the Dearbridge school district reads: Dearborn public school district has a history that is racist, sexist, and anti-Black.
You were the first school district in the nation to pass a policy to exclude Black students.
This policy has caused a large number of Black students to be placed in segregation, and many more students to have their academic and social advancement cut short by this discriminatory policy.
It is time to end the racist, discriminatory policies that are preventing students of all backgrounds from being treated equally in our community.
The first thing we must do is address the issue of racial and economic inequality in our city.
Dearbridge, MI is a predominantly Black, predominantly Hispanic neighborhood in the northern suburbs of Dearbridge.
The city is located in northern Michigan, and its population is predominantly African American and Latino.
Since 2000, the Dearbridges population has declined by nearly 50 percent, from 8,000 to 1,000 residents.
The district’s white population has also declined by more than 30 percent, and is currently around 12,000.
In 2016, a lawsuit filed by the city was brought by the American Civil Liberties Union, claiming that Dearbridge’s racial policies violate the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
The ACLU is also challenging the city in federal court to ensure that the district’s discriminatory policies do not affect student and teacher rights.
As a result of the lawsuit, the federal government issued a new policy that requires all public