Letter from a White Boy in Black School in Lauderhill, Florida

January 6, 2019 — Leave a comment
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Letter from a White Boy in Black School in Lauderhill, Florida

 

Hello Colin,

 

I’ll happily share my experiences with you.

 

First, I’m now in my early 40s, and went to an all black middle school in South Florida, in the city of Lauderhill.

 

The conditions were simply horrendous. And what I’m about to say happened every day the entire year I attended this school. Every day.

 

Even before getting to school, the bus ride, to and from was a nightmare. The kids run wild, scream, cuss, fight, throw things and steal, all while on the bus. The bus driver, who was also black, did not care, no matter how many times myself and others went to her about getting punched or bullied.

 

For white, and Asian (what few there were) students, in a black school, our scariest time is when we are not in class. This is before school begins, between classes, during lunch, during recess or PE and after school ends. This is because while in class, even if and when we are harassed, there’s a high chance (not a definite one) that the teacher will stop the student. But even when the teacher intervenes, it can usually makes things worse because now that black kid is mad at the white kid, because he got in trouble for picking on the white kid. Even then, the teacher, knowing full well that the black kid(s) will have to be told at least five times to stop before they are finally removed from the class to go to the principal.

 

Every classroom was overwhelmingly overcrowded. 35 students minimum, and that was when students did not show up. And for every class, there would be no more than two white students ever. As much as most of the teachers actually try to teach, the majority or the kids would not listen, disrupt the class, fight, throw pens, pencils, or even books, towards the teacher. And when they would not harass the teacher for doing their job, they’d turn their attention to those who were actually trying to learn. So many times I’d have my paper I was writing on yanked away and crumbled up or my book taken and thrown at me, or I’d be hit with it in the head. The teacher would give that student a warning. A simple, calm warning after the black kid would throw a heavy school book at my head, leaving a bruise and a bump.

 

When they are finally told to leave, the most common response was, “I ain’t gotta do sh*t,” or, “Man, f*ck this class.”. And when they do leave, they hardly ever go to the office. Instead they will find a group of other black kids that have also been told to leave the class, and they all will leave the school campus to the local mini mart.

 

When class is over, most white students would hurry to the next class to avoid getting jumped by other black students. And by jumped, I mean black kids would run up to white kids, grab their shoulders and jump, forcing you to the ground. Then they would punch and kick you and your stuff while others would watch. All while laughing about it. If you were to ever dare and stand up for yourself and fight back, several other black kids would join in. Especially if you were winning.

 

After my second day at this school, I was jumped by two black kids and I immediately started throwing punches, connecting with one, knocking him to the ground. I figured if they saw that I would stand up for myself that I would get their respect. Or at least, a little. Absolutely not.

 

Black kids do not understand respect, nor honor. After I hit the first kid to defend myself, at least twelve more joined in, boys and girls, screaming at me, calling me a cracker and yelling, “Who the f*ck you think you is, white boy?” Or, “You think you tough, m***f*cker?” All while I was cradling my head. All I saw were feet kicking at me. That beating never seemed to end, as they continued to kick, cuss at me and spit on me. I was literally saved by the bell as they scattered to get to class.

 

I was jumped at least two dozen more times at that school.

 

I have gone to the guidance counselors, the assistant principal and the principal, sometimes in tears about what had happened and what was happening. Each time they’d ask me questions or say comments such as, “Well did you do or say anything to make them mad at you? Are you sure? Well, maybe you did, and you didn’t realize it.” Looking back, they actually tried to screw with my head and have me believing that it was my fault. They would never ever ask who it was or what they did. They’d only advise me to, “Not hang out with kids who will be mean to you…” Which is obviously ridiculous because its like telling a deer not to hang out with humans who may shot at you.

 

The only thing worse than being denied any help from the principal, was seeing a group of the worst kids in school, whom by the way, were all in their late teens(again, middle school) in the principal’s office, and he was happier to see them than he was me. I’m serious when I say, his demeanor was much more friendly and down to earth with the thugs running his school than their victims.

 

I had to beg my mom to get me out of that school. She finally did when I started skipping school just to avoid going. No student should ever have to be subjected to that.

 

During my last week there my science teacher approached me and said he was sorry to see, “a real student”, go.

 

The teachers are suffering almost, if not just as much, as students who are tormented at these kinds of schools. When I had to hide from groups of black kids everyday to avoid getting beat up, I started showing signs of depression. I wasn’t sleeping, lost appetite for days at a time and lost interest in anything else. I finally got transferred out after the year ended.

 

What scares me now is that these schools are only getting worse, and there are more and more schools like this across the country every year.

 

You and I both know the school board denies it, and worse, the media lies about it. Because if they told the truth then the school board would have to do something.

 

This is why I brought up the Post and Courier news paper here in Charleston, South Carolina. Not only do they deny there’s a black problem with schools and crime, but they focus more on praising black people whenever possible, and calling out black oppression every chance they get.

 

Please look in to how bad things are here. Its only gonna get worse. Yes Dylan Roof did his horrendous mass shooting, and Michael Slager shot that the black man too, but that does not balance the keel in any way.

 

I apologize for this being so long, but please keep doing what you’re doing. People need to know the truth.

 

Best wishes

 

xx

 

About the Author

Colin Flaherty is an award winning reporter and author of the #1 best selling book White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore it.

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Both books are about black mob violence, black on white crime and the Knockout Game.

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Colin Flaherty is the author of #1 Amazon Best Selling Book: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it. He is an award winning journalist whose work has been published in over 1000 news sites around the world, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and others. He is a frequent guest in local and national media talking about racial violence. Thomas Sowell said ”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.