This entire scandal summarizes just how bizarre the entire legal infrastructure of racism and anti-racism has become.
While colleges and job markets routinely seek out affirmative action candidates, and local governments, including New York, offers special privileges to minority contractors, it is illegal to actually advertise for minority candidates.
And that's what Mayor Bill de Blasio's edu-thug's administration appears to have done.
An online job posting for a Manhattan school district specifically sought “teachers of color” amid an alleged push by Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza to combat “toxic whiteness” in Big Apple public schools, The Post has learned.
The help-wanted ad, which was spotted by a former teacher on April 27, was linked to an invitation to a May 14 job fair sponsored by the district, which covers the East Village and part of the Lower East Side.
The racially targeted post on Indeed.com said Community School District 1 was seeking “teachers of color for the 2019-2020 school year.”
The help-wanted ad disappeared from Indeed a day after former teacher Dawn Donohue saw it and took a screenshot.
According to the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, it is “illegal for an employer to publish a job advertisement that shows a preference for or discourages someone from applying for a job” due to race, color, religion, sex or other characteristics.
Which indeed it is.
But you can see why the social justice brigade running New York City into the ground might have naturally assumed that it was legal.
It is legal to discriminate in hiring. But it's not legal to publicise it.