Within the "Moon of Black History," students from three to ninety classes at the Madison Trust School in Brambloton took part in subway activities that required them to overcome the physical obstacle, reported the school district. It included groups of students who pretend they were fleeing slaves as they traveled through the barrier of an underground railway, according to the Loudoun Times-Mirror. He said an African-American student was appointed as a slave for the activity, citing Loudoun NAACP, President Michelle Thomas, who said she had received several complaints from her parents.
An underground railway was a hidden network of safe houses and people in the United States that helped the fugitives flee to freedom.
Class activities took place earlier this month and aimed at encouraging students to work as command and overcome obstacles, including moving between stations using a scooter, without touching the ground, or moving through the hoops without knocking them down, according to a public school representative Loudoun Wayde Byard County.
and seven … my sincere apologies to our students and the school community, "said David Dewen Stewart, director. "This contradicts our general objectives of empathy, the establishment and creation of a culturally sensible learning environment for all."
The content will be laid out in the classroom within the "relevant and respectful context," he said.