Tag: racism in schools

San Francisco Teacher’s Slavery Lesson Using Cotton Plants Leads To 5 Week Absence

Schools have unfortunately become breeding grounds for racially-charged incidents as of late, mainly due to the ongoing debate surrounding Critical Race Theory. The latest example of that happened in San Francisco last month when an eighth grade teacher at Creative Arts Charter School was… Continue Reading “San Francisco Teacher’s Slavery Lesson Using Cotton Plants Leads To 5 Week Absence”

Ohio State University Student’s “Black People Are Superior” Comment Leads To Viral Controversy

One of the key issues that many detractors of Critical Race Theory point out is that it teaches white kids to feel guilty about the inherent privilege they’ve received since birth. On the flip side, supporters of CRT suggest that it reminds Black kids… Continue Reading “Ohio State University Student’s “Black People Are Superior” Comment Leads To Viral Controversy”

Michelle Obama’s Brother Files Racial Bias Suit On Wisconsin Private School For Expelling Sons

It’s almost baffling to think that anyone associated to the Obama family would receive less-than-top-notch treatment in most situations. Unfortunately, Craig Robinson found out the hard way that even being the brother of America’s forever First Lady, Michelle Obama, wasn’t enough to prevent him… Continue Reading “Michelle Obama’s Brother Files Racial Bias Suit On Wisconsin Private School For Expelling Sons”

Virginia Teacher Sues Student For Racism After Having Bananas Repeatedly Left At His Doorstep

Prejudice can come in many shapes and forms, mainly due to how negative stereotyping is often used to express racism in subtle ways — think of it as the “throw-the-stone-and-hide-the-hand” approach for racists of the world. The well-documented history of Black people being inhumanely… Continue Reading “Virginia Teacher Sues Student For Racism After Having Bananas Repeatedly Left At His Doorstep”

Cops Called On Two Black Students At Georgia State University For Being Two Minutes Late To Class

For many students, and even those who can remember what it was like to be in grade school, the anxiety of running late for class can sometimes feel like being on trial. However, academic tardiness shouldn’t actually result in trouble with the law. Two… Continue Reading “Cops Called On Two Black Students At Georgia State University For Being Two Minutes Late To Class”

White Chicago Teacher Under Fire For Hanging Black Doll From String In Front Of Classroom

It’s become exhausting to keep up with the acts of racism happening in classrooms lately, from cotton being thrown at a Black student in Louisiana to a whole mock slave auction a few weeks ago in Chatham County. The latest involves a teacher at… Continue Reading “White Chicago Teacher Under Fire For Hanging Black Doll From String In Front Of Classroom”

Louisiana Teen Gets A Hate Crime Charge For Whipping & Throwing Cotton Balls At Black Peer

One of the biggest critiques from those in opposition of Critical Race Theory is that it makes white schoolkids feel uncomfortable to learn about the racism their ancestors enacted on Black people during times of slavery and the civil rights era in America. However,… Continue Reading “Louisiana Teen Gets A Hate Crime Charge For Whipping & Throwing Cotton Balls At Black Peer”

Mississippi Governor Signs Bill Limiting Critical Race Theory & Discussion Of Race In Schools

The controversy surrounding Critical Race Theory is running rampant throughout the South, which is ironically where majority of the historic examples of racism in America occurred. From a Black principal that was fired back in September 2021 over CRT complaints by white parents in… Continue Reading “Mississippi Governor Signs Bill Limiting Critical Race Theory & Discussion Of Race In Schools”

Chatham County Mom Says Black Students Were “Sold” In Mock Slave Auction

Some of the most racist moments in American history sadly happened on school grounds — The Sarah Roberts Case of 1850, Autherine Lucy’s harassment at the University of Alabama in 1956 and the historic plight of six-year-old Ruby Bridges in 1960 are just a… Continue Reading “Chatham County Mom Says Black Students Were “Sold” In Mock Slave Auction”

L.A. Teen Starts Destiny Education Project To Address Systemic Racism In School Curriculum

Starting a foundation is no easy feat for anyone, especially for a teenager, but the injection of a little youthful exuberance is exactly what is needed in the nonprofit section. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM & TWITTER. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE. The Destiny Education Project is… Continue Reading “L.A. Teen Starts Destiny Education Project To Address Systemic Racism In School Curriculum”