White people are writing about Ali Muldrow

She hates it when that happens

Not to worry! Mayor Rhodes-Conway has your back!

A colloquy culled from social media:

Ali MuldrowAli Muldrow, May 31 at 11:02 AM:

Nikki Giovanni once wrote “I really hope no white person ever has cause to write about me.” 

It is only now that understand the depth of what she meant.

Linda Jameson: Well, just remember, not all us white folk got the same memo. Keep going!

Michelle Kruse: I’m white. I once wrote about you. But it was good stuff because you have a lot of good to share! But I hear you. 😥

Shawna Kollath: I almost hate to ask, but what was written?!

David Blaska:

ISTHMUS.COM: “A rotten year”

Jessica Mcgauley-Jacobson:  Ali’s response in this article sounds spot on to me. One issue I see is that after years and years of facing racism and discrimination at school turning things around and establishing an environment of trust and learning in high school is going to take more resources than what one teacher to a class of 30 some kids can possibly do. Teachers are stressed because as a society we do not support children, we barely fund schools, and then we look to them to come up with all the solutions and do a great job on a shoe string budget. The kids themselves are not the problem we need to always remember that.

Betty Harris Custer: There are people you just have to look past because you already have a vision far beyond them and their pettiness.

Satya Rhodes-Conway: Sending you strength, sister ❤️

Rashmi Phillips: I have so many thoughts and opinions about this article…and none of them are good. Sending you love and support.

David Blaska:

Now you know, Ali (my friend), what it feels like. And it’s not just “white people.”

Ali Muldrow: May 30 at 8:33 PM ·

“What I am talking about is a slow death, a death of the spirit, a death that is built on racism and intended to reduce, humiliate, and destroy people of color.” Bettina Love thank you for defending our children in acknowledging their suffering and paving the way for us to stand up for each other. I love you.


“How Schools Are ‘Spirit Murdering’ Black and Brown Students; How many “isolated” incidents of racism in schools will it take before we admit that they aren’t isolated?” asks Bettina L. Love.

“In February of 2019, a positive behavior support coach who was employed by the district in Madison, Wis., allegedly physically assaulted and ripped the hair out of the head of an 11-year-old Black girl. In the same school district, several teachers and substitutes have been fired or resigned earlier this academic year after reports they used racial slurs in the classroom. In the neighboring school district of Middleton, Wis., a school bus driver was fired after the district confirmed he had slapped a Black child. All these incidents in Wisconsin happened within months of each other.”

David Blaska:

Bettina Love recycles a discredited (by district attorney Ozanne) narrative of the positive behavior coach’s “attack” on a child. If anything, it was the other way around.

Ali Muldrow:

Has the child been convicted of a crime? Did I miss the part where this 11-year-old girl was found guilty of assaulting an adult man? Or are you just saying it’s OK to assume she is to blame without any substantial evidence but when an adult man is accused of hurting a little girl we should give him the benefit of the doubt?

David Blaska:

Oh, Ali! That’s not even the question. She beat a teacher about the face, broke his glasses and knocked them to the floor. She’s still in school, the teacher is out of a job.

“Benefit of the doubt?” A full police inquiry, took statements from the classroom teacher and the kid’s fellow students. Forwarded the investigation to Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne, who concluded that the positive behavior coach was innocent of any wrongdoing.

By that point, of course, you, Jennifer Cheatham, and then-school board president Mary Burke had already thrown him under the school bus. Which is why you are in trouble with the teachers whose union, inexorably but still inexplicably, endorsed you. They deserve you and you, them.

David Blaska:

So I ask you, is it permissible for students to hit their teachers in the Madison Metropolitan School District?

Ali Muldrow:

This is like old times. Innocent until proven guilty extends to the student as well. The presumption of guilt is far less appropriate for an 11-year-old child than an adult professional. The DA asserted that a crime had not taken place he did not however assert that no wrongdoing or misconduct in the workplace had taken place and he’s not out of a job he resigned. … Please provide proof that the student did any of the things you are claiming.

David Blaska:

Did you even read the police report? The classroom teacher, the kids in the classroom, and the special education teacher all gave eye-witness statements to the police. The girl beat “Mr. Rob” about the face until it was reddened, breaking and knocking his glasses to the floor.

The misbehaving student didn’t miss a day of school; the positive behavior coach who followed the rules (and presented with Supt. Cheatham at a Washington conference on restorative justice) is out of a job.

Why have you not read the police report???


Blaska’s Bottom Line: Social justice warriors cannot allow scrupulous interviews with eye witnesses disturb their preferred narratives. And why is that mean old white man accusing the 11-year-old darlin’ of misbehaving? (Eleven-year-old darlin’: “I’m not F-XXX-ing going anywhere, you white, bald-headed mother-XXXXer.” )

And to think, the Madison police union endorsed Satya Rhodes-Conway and Sheriff Dave Mahoney and the teachers union endorsed our Ali Muldrow! (Forget it, Jake. It’s Chinatown.)

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12 Responses to White people are writing about Ali Muldrow

  1. White Hills says:

    Principles are worthless unless you can enforce them. The whole point of having principles is to legitimize the maintenance of order after victory. Logically, the first step in a principled agenda is to win. That requires collective action and a willingness to play rough, not individualism and a fetish for tone policing. An army of individualists is a hunting ground for the well-organized identity cult. In order to get a pro family-values and pro behavior enforcement superintendent means morally superior parents acting collectively and doing what is necessary to win.


  2. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    Off topic, but anyone notice that few, if any, reports/articles about the VA Beach shooter (DeWayne Craddock) include his picture?

    Couldn’t find a stock photo of him in a MAGA hat…?

    The Gotch

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  3. patrickmoloughlin says:

    Ali hasn’t read the police report for the same reason that Jennifer Cheatham did not survey the teachers about keeping the ERO’s in the schools. They both instinctively know that the results will not fit their preferred narrative.

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  4. George's Son says:

    “Forget it, Jake. It’s Chinatown”

    “This is a movie about the corruption and venality of power and wealth. It’s a movie about how LA – and in the greater scheme of things, America – was formed from nothing by men of such power that they could create their own moral reality and project that reality on everything they touched.”

    Add a few local social warriors, plus “folks who are woke” and….

    Coming soon to a theater near you…… “Madtown 2019″…. Directed and Edited (poorly) by Ali Muldrow and Freedom, Inc. Best Supporting Actress: Satya Rhodes-Conway Distributed by: Bettina Love


  5. Batman says:

    Muldrow is a unapologetic race hustler, undeterred by facts and reality, helps pay the bills, and she knows Madison is fertile territory for her graft. She is black kids worst nightmare; a very harmful con.

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:


      “a very harmful con.”

      Harmful because she proceeds with the approval of her own craven conscience.

      Cynical because she’s a myopic ideologue in a decision-making position for an organization she doesn’t even trust to educate her own children.

      Oy; such is the milieu of the post-modern Neo-Lefty AND why there’s a steadily increasing retreat from the MMSD.

      The Gotch


      • Patrick M O'Loughlin says:

        Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience. — C. S. Lewis


        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          @Patrick M O’Loughlin;

          Yes, that reference was inspired by the quote you posted, one of my faves and unequivocally timeless!

          The Gotch


  6. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    Tolerant Pacific Northwest ANTIFA weighs in on Race Relations; hilarity ensues!

    The Gotch


  7. madisonexpat says:

    Liberals dialogue, emote, project blame and waste time and money.
    Conservatives find the best school for their kids or move.


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