Legislators Propose Punishing Schools for Teaching Black History

I grew up in and attended school in rural Southeast Arkansas in the ’80s and ’90s. Overall, I had a great educational experience, but a third-grade experience changed my life forever.

My third-grade teacher asked the class to open our textbooks. I turned to the page she asked us to, and the topic was Black history. To my surprise, on the page was a…

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Author of Everyday Prayers for Servant Leaders and Montongo Roads #WEOC Rural woman who writes.

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Andrea D. Price

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Author of Everyday Prayers for Servant Leaders and Montongo Roads #WEOC Rural woman who writes.

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