First Black Principal At TX School Suspended After Being Accused Of Promoting CRT

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Published on 18 Sep 2021, 3:00
In July, a man at a Texas school board meeting accused Principal James Whitfield, the school's first-ever Black principal, of promoting critical race theory, and what he called the "conspiracy of systemic racism." A month later, Whitfield was suspended. James Whitfield, principal of Colleyville Heritage High School and his attorney, David Henderson, a civil rights attorney and a former prosecutor, join Joy Reid to share their story. The school denies a connection.
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