Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Was Brooklyn Guidance Counselor Given the Boot Because of Voodoo?

Via Voodoo Authentica
Guidance Counselor Stevenson Petit says the principal of  It Takes a Village Academy, in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, is trying to get rid of him because of his interest in the practice of voodoo.

According to Pix 11, Petit says Principal Marina Vinitskaya filed a complaint about him in 2012 (it was dismissed) and now is behind a letter explaining his position is no longer needed.

Voodoo, however, is not too far out of the norm at the school and nearby neighborhoods.

According to Voodoo Authentica, Brooklyn "is truly a hub of Haitian Vodou."

In Flatbush, there are about "50 voodoo priests" in a four-block radius," according to the Daily News.

And according to NY Magazine, "Severed goat heads keep turning up in nearby Prospect Park."

About 40 percent of the students at It Takes a Village are English language learners who recently came to the U.S. from countries including voodoo-friendly Haiti, Yemen and Africa, according to WNYC.

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