Training Director says DSBN won’t tolerate acts of hate

Training Director says DSBN won’t tolerate acts of hate

The Director of Training for the District College Board of Niagara has launched an announcement following vandalism at Harriet Tubman Public College this weekend.

The varsity was focused with racist and homophobic phrases being spray painted over numerous components of the college together with the signal and statue of Harriet Tubman.

Warren Hoshizaki launched the next assertion:

“We imagine that our college students should reside in a neighborhood the place everyone seems to be protected, valued, revered, and included. It is a worth that we’ll proceed to guard, even when this perception is challenged.

In an act of hate, Harriet Tubman Public College was vandalized on the night of Saturday, June 11. The graffiti that coated the college contained grievous messages towards the Black Group, and the 2SLGBTQ+ Group.

We acknowledge that this disturbing incident might depart the Black Group and 2SLGBTQ+ Group feeling traumatized, fearful, unsafe, and susceptible. This consists of college students, employees, and households, who’ve been deeply impacted by this disturbing incident.

We won’t tolerate any acts of racism, homophobia, transphobia, biphobia, or every other types of discrimination or hate in our colleges or communities, and we’ll converse out towards these acts.

We lengthen our gratitude to those that gave their assist to the Harriet Tubman college neighborhood. This consists of the neighborhood members who contacted us, the Niagara Regional Police for his or her ongoing investigation and the DSBN employees who rapidly arrived on the college to cowl the graffiti and are persevering with the work right this moment.”