Are peanut butter and jelly sandwiches... racist?
I’d prefer to hear opinions after you’ve given it a moment of thought, because I’m pretty sure most of us have the same knee jerk reaction. I won’t say how I feel about it, so as not to affect the responses, but this story is so bizarre that I’d love to hear what other jellies think.
Do you feel that peanut butter and jelly sandwiches have some relation to white privilege? Does it exclude or ostracize children from other cultures who may not eat sandwiches?
Bonus question: How do you feel issues like racism (or anything you’d like to expand on) should be addressed in schools? If at all?