Political Correctness Gone Mad: School Replaces Halloween with ‘Black & Orange’ Spirit Day

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Two children dressed as a vampire and a black cat posing with pumpkin in a halloween room. Halloween concept. Courtesy of Retail First/SS333207329/Valerevich

Dave Plier and Roger Badesch discuss the story of an Boston school that dropped Halloween for ‘Black & Orange Day’; and while the original intent of political correctness was to encourage tact and sensitivity to others’ feelings around issues of gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, physical abilities, and more, the effect of political correctness has gone too far in some cases and has become a bigger problem than the problem it was intended to address.

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