by Jim Luce
The paper I love to hate, The New York Post, shouted: “City Principal Is Revolting: Tied To ‘Intifada NYC’ Shirts.”
Do you remember? The summer of 2007.
It is one of many small steps toward justice in employment and education for immigrant communities, communities of color and other marginalized communities.
A group of fanatics insisted that T-shirts with the word “Intifada,” sold at an Arab Heritage event in Brooklyn, were linked to the principal of the Khalil Gibran International Academy (KGIA). Read more…