Unreal. New Hip-Hop Curriculum Refers to Founding Fathers "Old Dead White Men"

Unreal. The left continues their assault on America.
A controversial new hip-hop curriculum that calls the Founding Fathers “old dead white men” is causing an uproar in Oklahoma.
NewsOK reported, via FOX Nation:

Concern over a new hip-hop curriculum that refers to the founding fathers as “old dead white men” has delayed the program’s rollout for at-risk students, Oklahoma City Public Schools Superintendent Karl Springer said.

“We’re making sure that whatever we do, first, we do no harm,” Springer said. “The science behind the concept is wonderful. There may be some things, though, that are inappropriate that we need to be careful about.”

Known as Flocabulary, the program is a music-based educational tool that uses raps, rhythms and rhymes to help students learn and memorize everything from vocabulary and English to math and social studies.

About 15 teachers have complained or expressed concern about the rap song lyrics, said Ed Allen, president of the Oklahoma City American Federation of Teachers.

“I just don’t think we were real careful where we deployed it,” Allen said. “Not all parts of it are real affective for the more troubled youth.”

It is the U.S. history curriculum that has raised concern.

One of the rap songs — “Old Dead White Men” — chronicles the shortcomings of the early leaders in the United States.

Of President James Monroe’s tenure, the rap says: “White men getting richer than Enron./ They stepping on Indians, women and blacks./ Era of Good Feeling doesn’t come with the facts.”

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