‘We are extremely disappointed by this regrettable situation…’

Posted BY: Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) The reputation of a New York middle school for being a leader in diversity, equity, and inclusion came under fire after it kicked off Black History Month by serving what leftist snowflakes deemed was a racist meal of fried chicken, waffles, and watermelon.

On Feb. 1, Aramark, the food vendor for New York Public Schools, changed their scheduled lunch menu “without notice” for Nyack Middle School, serving the fried chicken dish and the fruit for dessert, according to the Post Millennial.

The next day, the school principal David Johnson wrote a letter notifying parents about the scandal and condemned it by calling it “culturally insensitive.”

“We are extremely disappointed by this regrettable situation and apologize to the entire Nyack community for the cultural insensitivity displayed by our food service provider,” he said.

“I am disappointed that Aramark would serve items that differed from the published monthly menu. Especially items that reinforce negative stereotypes concerning the African-American Community.”

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