A Fed-Up Father Pulls his Daughter from her Race-Obsessed School

Substack
April 23, 2021

For seven years Andrew Gutmann sent his daughter to the US$54,000-a-year Brearley girls’ school in Manhattan. But Gutmann finally had enough of the school’s obsession with viewing every element of education, every aspect of history and every student through the lens of race. In Substack, Bari Weiss publishes Gutmann’s impassioned withdrawal letter.

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