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Yes the Applicant is Black!
Timeline: November 23, 2023

75.1 On November 23, 2023 the applicant had more negative interactions with students from Thorold Secondary School in regards to the color of his Black complexion.

75.2 After again getting into the family car while being picked up from school, the applicant explaining the situation to his father and email was sent immediately that evening when they got home.

75.3 So in regards to first incident where a student yelled out in a school hallway to the applicant “Hey, Black kid with the orange converse!” It is unknown what race this student was as the applicant refused to be addressed in this manner and was not willing to inadvertently start some form of altercation that could have led to a physical conflict. The applicant continued on his way to his next class.

75.4 There was absolutely no reason for this random student to call out to the applicant, and there was absolutely no reason to address the applicant as “ Hey Black Kid…” But it is clear that the cultural understanding towards racialized students at Thorold Secondary School seems to be as ignorant as the DSBN cultural bias workforce.

75.5 Example: Kevin Elzinga who passively sat back and watched while a Caucasian student calls a Black student multiple racial slurs. So what makes anyone believe that students do not mimic what they see and hear while attending geography class at Thorold Secondary School?

75.6 As we all know, these younger generations are devoid of common sense and the capacity to distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate behavior. TikTok was not founded on typical normal conduct; rather, it originated from incidents of young female individuals who, in the middle of the day, throws a chair off a balcony onto a busy Gardner Expressway.

75.7 The second incident involved two Caucasian students that were deliberately and loudly conversing about the applicant and his grades and his Black complexion. One of the Caucasian students involved was from his previous geography class.

75.8 It is not a coincidence or a surprise that yet another Caucasian students from the same geography class has begun to unnecessarily target the applicant. Above all, there was no justification for these two Caucasian students to debate the applicants reasoning for attending geography class or not. Most significantly, the applicant’s ethnicity is irrelevant when it comes to the reasons he is or is not in class.

75.9 This never-ending assault of racist insults and misery seems to just never cease as the applicant attends the Thorold Secondary School. Why are students at Thorold Secondary School so fixated on the applicant’s race? Perhaps it is related to the DSBN, Warren Hoshizaki, Janice Sargeant and Kevin Elzinga’s lack of dedication to eradicating racism and bullying.