The Southern Poverty Law Center is considering suing the State of Florida over recently approved standards on teaching Black history in a way that allegedly redefines the realities of African American enslavement.

“We are certainly looking into what actions we can take there,” SPLC staff attorney Sam Boyd said. “We do have really serious concerns about the history standards, the African American history course and the classroom library censorship that’s been going on.”

Boyd was responding to reports that several hundred teachers, students, community members and teamsters marched for two hours to the Miami Dade County School Board Administration Building last week to defend black history.

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