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Published on Jul 13, 2006
http://www.degvideo.com In 2008 a black man was elected president, and although Barack Obama was the top student in his Harvard law class, there is still the impact felt by lack of African American history taught in the public school system curriculum. Growing up in America most students go through the school system learning the history that has made this country so proud and great. Black history is American history, and it still remains the part of our history that is being taught sparingly, leading the next generation of American children to be disconnected from the great strides we have made as American people. This film takes a closer look at this issue and how we can use education as a springboard in order to fill some of these historical gaps.