Pledge of Allegiance Not ‘Inclusive’

Remember the good ol’ days when reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in our schools wasn’t a red line dividing the political spectrum? Those days are officially over. An Atlanta charter school has officially nixed the morning tradition of students reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. They claim the decision was made “in an effort to begin our day as a fully inclusive and connected community.” For some inexplicable reason, the phrase “one nation, under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all” isn’t inclusive enough. Perhaps we should edit to add appropriate PC phrases like ‘poly-ethnic nation’ and ‘God, deity or lack thereof’.

Here’s more from The Daily Wire…

An Atlanta charter school will no longer require students to participate in the Pledge of Allegiance each morning, because the pledge is no longer seen as inclusive enough.

Students at Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School may recite the pledge later in the day, but it was cut from morning announcements “in an effort to begin our day as a fully inclusive and connected community,” a news release obtained by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution said.

“Over the past couple of years it has become increasingly obvious that more and more of our community were choosing to not stand and/or recite the pledge,” the release continued.

n place of the pledge, teachers and students will work together to write something new.

“This pledge will focus on students’ civic responsibility to their school family [sic], community, country and our global society,” the release said.

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