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  • Ben Cooper

CUSD80 Equity Boss at Black but Not Asian & Hispanic Events

Equity Director Adama Sallu, who is black, proudly presented Black History Month to the CUSD80 board, but was absent from Asian and Hispanic Heritage Month Events.

At the Feb 9 2022 board meeting of the Chandler Unified School District, CUSD80, Director of Equity and Inclusion Adama Sallu, pictured above, led bizarre chants of "we are black excellence" by black students during Black History Month.

She was however entirely absent at the May 11, 2022 board meeting when students of Asian ethnicity made a presentation during Asian History Month.

Sallu also was absent from a Hispanic Heritage Month presentation given to the CUSD80 board on 22 September 2021.

We reached out to Adama Sallu and Frank Narducci, the Superintendent of the Chandler Unified School District, but did not receive an answer as to Sallu's selective attendance of events.

Given the absence of information, one could speculate that despite Sallu's job title implying inclusiveness, her real role at CUSD80, despite persistent denials of the districts, is to push the Black Lives Matter agenda, which includes getting ultra divisive Critical Race Theory, CRT, into school curricula. This agenda is disguised by using other acronyms as well. One is so called social emotional learning, SEL.



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