The Rocky Path to Racial Inequality: How College Board’s A.P. Black Studies Course is Fueling Hate
In what can only be described as a “bizarre” twist of events, the College Board’s A.P. Black Studies course has managed to spark a wave of hate and bigotry that has been sweeping across the nation.
It all started when the nonprofit organization behind the course began to drop certain concepts that were favored by academics, and this led to an incredibly frustrating meeting with Florida officials. This meeting left educators in doubt about the process and many were left wondering what was going on.
Now, it appears that the course is having a far-reaching effect, as reports have started to emerge of people using the course as a means to promote hate and racial inequality.
For example, one student recently used the course to write an essay about how white people are privileged and that this privilege has led to a system of oppression and racism. This essay spread like wildfire on social media and was met with a barrage of angry comments from those who disagreed.
What’s worse is that this is only the tip of the iceberg, as reports of similar incidents are emerging from other states as well. It appears that the course is being used as a platform to promote and spread hate, and this could have devastating consequences for the country.
It’s clear that the College Board’s A.P. Black Studies course has become a tool for those who wish to divide us further, and this is something that must be addressed immediately. We must find a way to ensure that this course is not used to fuel hate and bigotry, and that it is instead used to promote understanding and acceptance.
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