Do you think black history should be taught in public schools? Taylur Breedlove

Have you ever wondered why young Americans avoid talking about Black History?
Black History should be taught in all secondary public schools because it is American history.
Black History should be taught in all secondary public schools because it would give all students a truer understanding of African-American contributions to the foundation of our country.
Some argue that cultural beliefs, like African-American History, should be taught at home, as opposed to in schools paid with tax dollars, despite the pride that it could instill in young African-American students.
The school board should take action in this problem. By fixing this problem , they Should start off by making a curriculum on Black history.

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