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Why does City Pages cover a moron's false accusations of racism?

"Who is Rashad Turner? What are his qualifications to be a voice of the community?"

"Who is Rashad Turner? What are his qualifications to be a voice of the community?"

Reader Ryan Caneff responds to Black Lives Matter posts St. Paul teacher Theo Olson's private blog:

"So, City Pages, what are you getting at here?

"This sounds like a man who has been beaten down by an administration that has taken all of his authority away but still expects him to do his very difficult job with kids that have no boundaries!

"Who is Rashad Turner? Why are we even talking about him? What are his qualifications to be a voice of the community?

"These teachers are completely helpless in their effort to have a safe, controlled learning environment, and then we have to hear this nonsense from some completely random guy who thinks he has the right to call people racists and supremacists?

"Why don't you spend more time on how to help the teachers out instead of spreading this moron's blatantly false accusations of racism?"