Wednesday, November 23, 2016

'She Doesn't Want to be White Anymore': 12yo Girl Bullied at Kansas City School for Being White

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Mother:  Get her the hell out of there.

After being violently attacked twice in two weeks because of her race, the mother of a 12-year-old girl attending a school in Kansas City where whites are a minority says her daughter "doesn't want to be white anymore."

From FOX 4 KC:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A metro mom feels helpless after police say her daughter was attacked at school. The mother said students are targeting her daughter because of her skin color.

 Police say a 12-year-old girl was punched in the face at school by another student Monday at the Frontier School of Excellence off 56th Street and Troost in Kansas City.

 Chandis Kee said this is the second time in two weeks her daughter was attacked, and she said it’s because of her race.

 “About two weeks ago she reported being called racial names,” the mom said.

 She said that’s about the time her 12-year-old daughter Blessyed was first attacked by two girls.


  1. Anyone who has been in a similar environment shouldn't find that surprising at all. I've similarly seen a German girl picked on by whites and Jews, and of course Southerners get picked on.

    We're at the bottom of the heap :)

  2. The difference perhaps is we're kinda proud regardless. Everyone else has a chip or is apologetic, haha.

    If they'd leave us alone, we'd be more than content. No chipped shoulders here.

    1. All we ask is to be left alone. Seems like someone said that before..............:)

  3. I'm sure the current AG Lynch will announce an investigation into this "racist" incident.

    1. Of course, she's skipping Thanksgiving Day just to get a head start on it!:)

  4. I am not in favor of mixing blacks and whites. Though as this blog has pointed out there are outstanding blacks still as a rule I would not have them in the same environment. It is a matter of genetics.