Meghan Markle royal racism claims used in school's white privilege lessons
Meghan Markle 's bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview is being used to teach children at a London private school about white privilege.
The Sunday Times.Headmaster Nicholas Hewlett told the U.K. broadsheet:"We do not teach white privilege in order to engender a sense of guilt amongst our white community [but] to help all our young people, of whatever racial origin, to unpick and better understand the complexities and sensitivities of a real and live issue that matters to them and to so much of the society they occupy."
ToThe Daily Mail, he added:"We run the risk of an increasingly polarised society where different generations become entrenched in their positions of difference and that cannot be healthy."Schools have an essential role to tackle these issues and concepts by airing them and discussing them, helping young people hear different viewpoints and articulate their own thinking.
"This is far more important than what white privilege is or isn't."St Dunstan's College charges parents $26,110 (£19,000) a year and counts among its alumni former U.K. MP Chuka Umunna, once tipped as a possible future leader of the opposition Labour Party. headtopics.com
Lessons in White PrivilegeWhite privilege lessons begin at the school from the age of 13 and cover the wider royal family in addition to the CBS interview,The Sunday Timesreported.Meghan told Oprah:"In those months when I was pregnant, all around this same time, so, we have in tandem the conversation of 'he won't be given security, he's not going to be given a title' and also concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he's born."
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