School Uses Children to Promote Black Lives Matter

Texas police chief says Black History Month program is a direct attack on police.

During the school program celebrating Black History Month, young children held up signs that read:

  • I’m Just Young, Black and Walking.
  • Black Lives Matter
  • The Whole System is Guilty
  • I Can’t Breathe
  • Hands Up Don’t Shoot

The local police chief called it offensive, and a direct attack on police.

The principal called it a cultural exchange.

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