The students sang a Christmas song about black people and deprived the teacher of work


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A teacher from the U.S. state of new Hampshire allowed the students to sing a Christmas song about killing blacks on the lesson and lost his job. Reported by the New York Post.

John Carver has given the students the task to choose a historical event or phenomenon and write a song about it. Two students chose the Reconstruction of the South and the Ku Klux Klan and singing a song on behalf of a racist, putting words to the Christmas tune of Jingle Bells. The video, which the students sing: “KKK, KKK, kill all blacks” came into the net and caused the indignation of the users.

The head of the educational institution William Harbron reported that the teacher was suspended, and the school administration conducts a thorough investigation of the incident. The Carver reviews reporters are not given.

Reconstruction — the period in the history of the United States from 1865 to 1877 after the Civil war. At this time, there is a reintegration of the losers in the war the southern Confederate States into the Union and the abolition of the slave system throughout the country. In response to the actions of the authorities in the South had a secret racist organizations including the ku Klux Klan.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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