Black Mum Withdrawn Her Daughter From Class After Her White Teacher Told Them That George Floyd Doesn’t Deserve To Be Honored (VIDEO)

Black Mum Withdrawn Her Daughter From Class After Her White Teacher Told Them That George Floyd Doesn’t Deserve To Be Honored (VIDEO)

An angry black woman has said that she will be withdrawing her ward from her class after witnessing her daughter’s teacher telling them that George Floyd doesn’t deserve to be honored.

Since the coronavirus lockdown, many schools across the U.S. are reaching out to their students through online classes with the help of Zoom Cloud.

Thanks to this new way of online schooling, parents can actually see and hear what the teachers are telling the kids.

During one of the online schooling, one mother overhead her daughter’s teacher telling the classes over zoom meeting that George Floyd doesn’t deserve to be honored, and as a aggrieved black woman that comment didn’t go down well with her and she immediately put the racist teacher in her places.

She didn’t stop there, she also threatened to withdraw her daughter from her class with immediate effect.

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George Floyd was a black man in Minneapolis who died after police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes, and his death has sparked national outrage.Protesters took to the streets in dozens of U.S. cities over the last few months, chanting phrases like “No justice, no peace,” and “I can’t breathe.”

In many cases, peaceful protests turned into violent unrest, with police shooting tear gas and rubber bullets into the crowds and protesters setting fires, smashing storefront windows, and looting stores. Thousands of protesters have been arrested ever since then.

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