The NAAWP comes out SWINGING for the BLACK GUY!
The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION for the ADVANCEMENT of WHITE PEOPLE supports JEFFERSON PARISH SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER CEDRIC FLOYD and denounces JEFFERSON PARISH SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER MICHAEL DELESDERNIER, who just happens to be a WHITE GUY!
FACT: The JEFFERESON PARISH STUDENT POPULATION is 42% BLACK and only one SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER is BLACK!
QUESTION: Does this seem FAIR?
QUESTION: Does this seem LOGICAL?
QUESTION: Does this seem PRACTICAL?
FACT: MR. CEDRIC FLOYD – a long-time MEMBER of the JPPSS BOARD and an ALLY to the STUDENTS, PARENTS, TEACHERS, SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS and SUPPORT PERSONNEL in the JPPSS!
FACT: MICHAEL DELESDERNIER does not seem to care about anyone in JEFFERSON PARISH, excluding HIMSELF, and of course and his LONG-TERM BUSINESS PARTNERS who HELPED him get ELECTED in the first place!
NAAWP RECOMMENDATION: Let’s show MICHAEL DELESDERNIER where the EXIT SIGN is in the JPPSS and let’s RE-ELECT CEDRIC FLOYD!
The BEST way to end the *BWCin in the JPPSS is to oust MR. MICHAEL DELESDERNIER
Jefferson Parish School Board member sues colleague over outburst: http://www.nola.com/education/index.ssf/2014/07/jefferson_school_board_members_6.html
Board members Michael Delesdernier and Cedric Floyd. Delesdernier is asking a civil court judge for a restraining order against Floyd, after a heated boardroom debate. (Times Picayune Archives)
Two members of the Jefferson Parish School Board are headed to court, after a years-long feud. School Board Vice President Michael Delesdernier is seeking a restraining order against board member Cedric Floyd.
The two are due to appear in 24th Judicial District Court in Gretna on Wednesday. Delesdernier, 53, accuses Floyd, 56, of threatening him. He says Floyd began "disrespectfully, uncontrollably and offensively" yelling at board members and school system attorney Patricia Adams during the executive session at the board's July meeting. The racket could be heard from outside of the board's private meeting room.
Read Delesdernier's petition.
Delesdernier said he asked Floyd to quit screaming at Adams. Floyd allegedly jumped in Delesdernier's face, yelling and pointing his finger within an inch of Delesdernier's eye, "in an obvious attempt to blind" Delesdernier, the petition states.
Superintendent James Meza called for a police officer. After board members exited the executive session, Delesdernier's petition says, Floyd "intentionally and violently struck" the back of Delesdernier's chair.
Delesdernier said he is concerned that Floyd's conduct will "without provocation or warning, escalate into a physical attack by Floyd on petitioner resulting in serious injury or physical harm to petitioner."
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION for the ADVANCEMENT of WHITE PEOPLE
* BWCin -BYTCHIN, WININ & COMPLAININ (TRAINAISM)