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Mar 1, 2021

Group pushing for lessons on racism, gender equality in NC schools

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Big changes could be made in an effort to make your child’s classroom more inclusive, but it would require a revision to the social studies curriculum.

“Historically institutions have erased histories of marginalized groups namely black, indigenous people of color and the LGBTQ, both their stories and their histories,” said Rebby Kern of Equality NC.

That’s why Kern is calling on the North Carolina State Board of Education to revise its curriculum to include language and stories of groups that are often marginalized.

To read more, head to CBS17.

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