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After years of screenings, the film is under review after a white parent complained it may teach that white people hate Black people.
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Activists are calling out the hypocrisy of companies claiming to support Black history but donating to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
A book about Roberto Clemente is among the list of more than one million titles that have been pulled from school libraries in Florida.
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The College Board is slamming the state of Florida and Gov. Ron DeSantis for criticism of its AP African American studies course.
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The organization that created a high school African American studies program rejected by Florida said Thursday it’s still waiting for…
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Black History Month has shined a light on restrictive laws that make it harder for teachers to talk about race in school.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday plans to block state colleges from having programs on diversity, equity and inclusion.
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OPINION: The Florida governor is crossing the line by saying that African American history has no educational value in schools. TheGrio’s Natasha S. Alford explains why DeSantis’ latest culture war is about politics.
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration claims that the course violates state law and is historically inaccurate.
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona dismissed Gov. Ron DeSantis’ latest action as “an attempt to get a national name for himself.”
In September, Florida officials arranged flights from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard, that carried 49 mostly Venezuelan migrants to the island.
Florida’s anti-fraud effort led to charges of “election voting by an unqualified voter” and “false swearing” against Tony Patterson.
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The Republican scored a decisive victory over former Democratic Gov. Charlie Crist.
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President Joe Biden will the visit the hurricane-ravaged state pledging that governments will work together to rebuild lives.
Hurricane Ian made landfall at 4:30 a.m. in Cuba’s Pinar del Rio province, where officials set up 55 shelters and evacuated 50,000 people.
The university removed statements that “could be seen as potentially inconsistent with our commitment to creating a welcoming environment.
DeSantis’s redistricting map would likely give the GOP two additional seats in the statehouse and reduce the number of Democratic seats.