American College Teachers Union Launches Black Student Leadership Initiative

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By Mack McRobotface

WASHINGTON—Citing the need to ensure the funding of teachers and administrators, members of the American College Teachers Union launched a new initiative Thursday to launch a black student leadership initiative. “The union believes that if teachers are not black, black students will not be black. And that’s why we’re launching a comprehensive black student leadership initiative—one that will address the issues of racism, inequality, and colonization that disproportionately affect black students,” said AFT president Karen Lewis, adding that the union’s bold new initiative will focus on ways in which black students can actively participate in the education system. “Teachers should be black. But black teachers should be black, too. And black students should be black too.” At press time, the union had announced plans to launch a new black student leadership initiative called “Negro Legacy.”

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