Zoom might have been the tool that allowed schools to abandon in-person learning for a year, but it’s also been a great tool in revealing just what goes on in schools. Watch as Katherine Watkins, a middle school teacher from Beaverton, a suburb of Portland, warns her colleagues that they’d better get on board with anti-racism or they’re going to be fired … eventually … for abusing and traumatizing children with their colonialist ways. “NEA is working on it,” she says.

And we’re sure this is just an isolated incident and not taking place on Zoom calls across the nation.

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