Radical Left Now Claim White People Are Unqualified For Jobs

In an email that The Daily Wire has received, the superintendent of a Maine school said that underqualified white individuals feel "empowered" to apply for positions they are not qualified to fill.

White candidates who are "not completely credentialed," according to Heather Perry, superintendent of Maine's Gorham School District, apply for jobs in the district out of a sense of empowerment. The Gorham School District, which serves roughly 2,700 pupils, is about two hours north of Boston. Eric Lane, whose daughter studies in the district, acquired the email through Maine's Freedom of Access Act (FOAA).

“We often do have candidates who are not fully certified apply, but I’ll be honest, that is often because they are white candidates who feel ’empowered’ to do so,” Perry wrote in the April 27 email.


The email was sent to local social justice advocate Farausi Cherry, who described himself as “BIPOC” in the email exchange and serves on the Anti-Racist Advisory Subcommittee of the Gorham School Committee.


Perry went on to write that when employers put “experience preferred” in a job posting, “some folks, especially those from marginalized populations are likely NOT to apply because they may feel unwelcomed.


“Bottom line…these are ALL THINGS I would LOVE feedback on from the Anti-Racism & Equity Committee,” Perry wrote.


After obtaining the email, Lane submitted a formal complaint about the superintendent to the school committee.


“Presuming to know the motives, background or character of an individual based on the color of his or her skin is racist,” Lane wrote in his Oct. 12 complaint to Gorham School Committee Chairwoman Anne Schools.


“I don’t see that we’re going to reach a resolution, and it’s time to end this meeting,” Perry said toward the end of the 10-minute meeting.


In an emailed comment to The Daily Wire, Perry emphasized that the district’s hiring practices are not discriminatory in any way.


“During my meeting with Mr. Lane, I explained that the Gorham School Department does not make employment decisions based on race and that our policies squarely prohibit such conduct,” Perry said.


Perry added that the email in question was about job postings and “how important it is for employers to cast a wide net for applicants to ensure a diverse workforce.”

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