HOUSTON (FOX 26) - Controversy is brewing at a Virginia high school. A video shown at a high school assembly as part of Black History Month has some people saying that it promotes "white guilt"
The cartoon shows roadblocks popping up at every stage in the lives of minorities while Caucasians are seen as having a head start and gliding through life because of white privilege. Some parents are outraged but, others say the video is simply a creative teaching tool.
School officials, at first, defended the video, but after receiving negative national attention, they changed their minds and pulled it, calling it "racially divisive."