Angry Camper’s Dad – the woke version

Title: “Empathetic Outdoor Enthusiast’s Guardian”

[Scene: A serene forest setting. The sounds of birds chirping and a gentle breeze fill the air. A group of campers is gathered around a firepit, roasting marshmallows and sharing stories.]

Camp Counselor: Alright, everyone, let’s keep the vibes positive and respectful tonight. Remember, we’re all here to connect with nature and each other.

[The campers nod in agreement, exchanging smiles.]

Camp Counselor: [Checks clipboard] Ah, it looks like we have a call coming in. Let’s see who’s reaching out to us.

[The counselor answers the phone.]

Camp Counselor: Hello, this is Camp Harmony. How can we assist you?

Voice on the Phone: Yeah, hi there. My name is Mr. Johnson, and I’m calling about my son, who’s camping with you folks.

Camp Counselor: Oh, hello, Mr. Johnson. How can we help you?

Mr. Johnson: Well, I’ve just been informed that my son, Jeremy, had a bit of a disagreement with another camper earlier today.

Camp Counselor: Oh, I see. I’m sorry to hear that. Can you tell me a bit more about what happened?

Mr. Johnson: Yes, apparently Jeremy expressed his feelings about the importance of inclusivity and respect for all identities, and he felt that some of the other campers weren’t fully embracing those values.

Camp Counselor: Ah, I understand. It sounds like Jeremy is very passionate about social justice and equality.

Mr. Johnson: Exactly. He’s been raised with those values, and I’m proud of him for standing up for what he believes in. But I just wanted to make sure everything is okay and that the situation has been addressed appropriately.

Camp Counselor: Of course, Mr. Johnson. We take these matters seriously, and we’ll ensure that all campers are treated with respect and understanding. We’ll have a conversation with Jeremy and the other campers involved to foster understanding and empathy.

Mr. Johnson: Thank you. I appreciate your attention to this matter. And please let Jeremy know that I’m proud of him for speaking up.

Camp Counselor: Absolutely, Mr. Johnson. We’ll make sure Jeremy knows that his voice is valued here at Camp Harmony. Thank you for reaching out.

[The call ends, and the counselor turns to address the group.]

Camp Counselor: Alright, everyone, let’s take a moment to reflect on the importance of empathy and understanding. Remember, we’re all in this together, and by embracing diversity and inclusion, we can create a more harmonious world.

[The campers nod in agreement, sharing supportive glances and smiles as they continue to enjoy their evening in the peaceful forest.]