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Virginia School Shuts Down Film Aimed At Promoting ‘White Guilt’!


February is Black History Month and for some liberals it is the perfect time to push the “White Guilt” narrative on America. Such was the case for high school students in Virginia who were forced to watch an animated film that some parents said promoted the idea of “White Guilt.”

From Fox News:

The video was shown at Glen Allen High School in Henrico during two assemblies for Black History Month and depicts several runners on a track, with black runners facing insurmountable obstacles while white runners are unimpeded.

Officials said in a statement Tuesday that the video, “The Unequal Opportunity Race,” was a presentation involving “American history and racial discourse.” They added, “A segment of the video was one component of a thoughtful discussion in which all viewpoints were encouraged. As always, we are welcoming of feedback from students and their families, and we address concerns directly as they come forward.”

Administrators across the district have been instructed not to use the video, said school board chairwoman Michelle Ogburn in a statement. She apologized to those who were offended.

“In addition, steps are being taken to prevent the use of racially divisive materials in the future,” Ogburn said.

The video comes four months after a student mistakenly played a song over the public address system before a football game that was a racist parody of the “DuckTales” theme song.

Watch the controversial video below:

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