Tennessee superintendent Bryan Johnson issued a formal apology to the Hamilton County community Wednesday after a staff development presentation about “white privilege” generated controversy for weeks online.
Former NFL player Robert Jackson lectured teachers about their implicit racism during a session over three weeks ago, prompting some who attended to complain online and post images of the offensive presentation to social media, WCRB reports.
Johnson is now addressing the controversy after the issue erupted in disputes between school board members at a recent meeting, though he offered no apologies for the actual white privilege theory presented, only that it “caused a distraction.” […]
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