Speak Out! - Rochester Grammar school withdraws offensive slavery lesson plan and apologises

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hamad al khalifa,
Wed 12 February 2020, 6:11 pm

Firstly, heartfelt thanks on your response and subsequent letter of complaint to this school in Rochester. It is abhorrent and completely unacceptable and without ANY merit that either this or any other school can justify this 'lesson plan'; especially given that it was undoubtedly taught in a vacuum of cultural dissonance of the role the British government and their institutions played in this most heinous of wars perpetrated against our AnkhCestors. Was the Dof E also contacted?

Enslaved corporation name: Rosey Edwards, South London
Thu 27 July 2017, 11:04 am

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