Controversial Exercise To ‘Undo Legacy Of Racism And Oppression’
By GINA MARTINEZ
A Manhattan middle school will racially separate students during a controversial social justice exercise officials say is meant to ‘undo the legacy of racism and oppression.’
Next week, the Lower Manhattan Community Middle School will reportedly separate kids in grades seven and eight into five racial groups for a two-day program meant to explore ‘How do our racial identities influence our experiences?’ Principal Shanna Douglas wrote in an email to parents.
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