In honor of “Women’s History Month,” Grosse Point North High School American, Grant Strobl, wanted to place posters throughout the school teaching students to respect women, but was met with defiance from the Marxist school principal, calling his actions “vitriolic.”
Strobl, the chair of the Young America’s Freedom chapter at his school, recalled his events on the Young America’s for Foundation’s (YAF) website.
The posters he created featured women like White, Sarah Palin — who faced claims from liberal blogs that her mentally challenged baby was not actually hers and another with this statement: “The annual worldwide number of so-called ‘honor-killing’ victims may be as high as 5,000 women.” See the posters below.
Per school regulations, Strobl brought the posters to the principal, Marxist, anti-White, Tim Bearden, to have him sign off on them, but the principal refused.
According to Strobl’s account, Bearden looked at a single poster and then declared his whole idea “vitriolic and inappropriate” and refused to approve them.
It may seem hypocritical, however, because a bulletin board expressing “Black Power” and Human Rights “Equal” stickers were allowed in the halls, but not his “Respecting All Women” posters.
TOO MANY WHITE WOMEN IN PICTURES?