Texas School District Apologizes for Assignment Likening Police to KKK, Slave Owners

by Amy Furr

School officials in Wylie, Texas, apologized Thursday for a cartoon students received as part of an assignment that compared police to the KKK and slave owners.

“This is abhorrent and disgusting, and only further widens the gap between police officers and the youth in our community,” Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) National Vice President Joe Gamaldi wrote in a tweet:


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1 Response to Texas School District Apologizes for Assignment Likening Police to KKK, Slave Owners

  1. Joe Z says:

    I left a not-so-nice phone message on the school’s answer machine concerning this. Yes, I recommended that any so-called educator involved with this should be fired. The town of Wylie is located about 20 miles NNE of Dallas.

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