Parents: Remote Learning Giving Young Students Reprieve From Racism

Over the last year or more, racial tensions across America have seemingly come to a boiling point.

After the murder of George Floyd and the deaths of other African-Americans at the hands of police officers, many began to attack systemic racism in all avenues of life, even in the local school system.

But because of the pandemic, some African-American parents of school-age students said that remote learning has given their children a much-needed break from racism and mistreatment that they might endure at the schoolhouse.

In Ayanna Jackson’s small Georgia town, her daughter has had to deal with racial slurs.

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