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It seems particularly appropriate to see students schooling their teachers on racism during Black History Month. It's an apt reminder that we still have a long way to go before achieving real equality in our societies, and it's young activists that are leading the charge against white privilege, cultural appropriation and other forms of institutional racism.

It's also really funny watching teachers getting owned by their students. Like, when is that not awesome? Literally never. As one commentator on Facebook wrote, "She didn't spill the tea she threw it, honey".


High school student schools teacher on what Racism really is.

High school student schools teacher on what Racism really is.SAY IT LOUDER FOR THE PEOPLE ALL AROUND THE WORLD WHO CANT GET THEIR HEADS OUT OF THEIR ASSESFor more:http://bit.ly/1J4iGYK

Posted by But That's None Of My Business on Thursday, 4 February 2016

We were whooping and cheering when we watched this high school student dropping truth bombs on her teacher. We don't get to see what exactly the teacher said, but from what we can gather from the student's response, the teacher may have possibly shot down a suggestion from her that racism against white people isn't possible (and we HIGHLY recommend you watch this Kat Blaque video on this exact subject if you'd like to learn a little more about this topic).

The reaction from her class mates is literally amazing. Shout out to girl snapping her fingers like she just heard the best smackdown of all time. More videos like this please.


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