NightSide with Dan Rea – Rundown for June 7, 2019

Straight Pride Parade Says They Are Serious! The organizers of Boston's Straight Pride Parade are in studio with Dan and they say they are not poking fun at the LGBTQ community. Instead they claim they are trying to promote diversity. Mayor Marty Walsh says if they follow all the rules they will get a parade permit. Do you support the effort?

Do Kid's Games Like Dodge-ball Teach Bullying? A new study out of Canada claims dodge-ball is not just a children's game, it is a tool of bullying. The researchers argue the game reinforces the oppression of those “perceived as weaker individuals through the exercise of violence and dominance.” Are you buying it? Any other games you think should be banned from the playground?

Teachers Behaving Badly. A school district in Indiana issued an apology after a special needs teacher awarded an 11-year-old student with autism a trophy naming him the "most annoying male" of the school year. Neither the principal nor the teacher apologized to the outraged parents and the teacher was not fired nor suspended. In Texas, a high-school teacher was fired after asking President Trump to remove illegal-immigrant students from her school, in what she thought were private tweets. Do you agree with the outcomes of either of these cases?

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