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SJW Killed In Traffic Accident While Bicycling Across America For Affordable Housing

"I live in a racist society and it's imperative that I fight the stereotypes ..."

“I live in a racist society and it’s imperative that I fight the stereotypes …”

By Hunter Wallace

H/T WTF, Anti-SJWs?

Meet Patrick Wanninkhof:

“As a teacher in the Bronx, I know that biking across America pales in comparison to the struggles my students must overcome on a daily basis.

I was thrust into the education with little background on the systemic inequities which limit my students. The middle-class ideal of meritocracy instilled me with the misguided belief that all my students needed to do was work harder and success would follow. This mindset was soon challenged when a student told me that she and her mom had been moving between relatives houses every week after they couldn’t pay rent. How on earth could I expect her to give her all to Newton’s Laws when she wasn’t sure where she’d be sleeping that evening?

To fix systemic inequities which burden our nation, we need a systemic approach to fighting poverty. Education reform will be fruitless if we cannot guarantee that every child can return to a safe home in the evening. The quest for Affordable Housing for each American runs parallel to my dedication for bringing each student an excellent education. Only by simultaneously addressing both these issues can we guarantee the prosperity of each person in our nation. …

As someone with a Dutch father, bicycling is in my blood. Combining my passion for social justice and pedal powered-vehicles will make for the adventure of a life.”

Nice knowing you:

“ELK CITY, Oklahoma – A man bicycling across America to raise money for affordable housing died after being hit by a car in western Oklahoma Thursday morning.
Patrick Wanninkhof, 25, was hit while riding on Highway 152 south of Elk City at 8:05 a.m. on Thursday, July 30, 2015, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. He died at the scene.

See ya around sometime.

RIP, Patrick Wanninkhof