AMERICAN FORK, Utah (ABC4 News) – A Utah County elementary school is at the center of a controversy after a student’s mother posted on social media, upset about a potentially racially insensitive game her daughter’s classmates played.
The mother, who is choosing to remain anonymous at this time, wrote a Facebook post about the situation:
Now, the mother says her 5th-grade daughter spoke out, not wanting to play.
“The teacher told her she could either read a book or play the game. So, she chose to read a book,” the mother told ABC4 News. “But she was very uncomfortable, and she wanted to leave, but she didn’t feel like she could. So, she read the book instead and picked a book on Harriot Tubman.”
After learning of this, the mother says she was surprised and frustrated that a teacher at Legacy Elementary School would be OK with playing such a game.
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