A city college board had reinstated the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, after public outcry, forced the board to reconsider banning the recitation.
Topic: Pledge of Allegiance
A charter school in Atlanta, Georgia replaced the reciting of the pledge of allegiance with a ‘wolf pack chant,’ which was met with outcry from the public.
University of Houston professor Gerald Horne said that these national symbols are symbols of racism and slavery.
The move angered veterans at the school and alumni as well, which was due to some people being uncomfortable with the Pledge being recited during a worship service.
As the College Fix reported: After Hillsborough Community College’s Institutional Advisory Council voted to stop saying the Pledge of Allegiance at its meetings, public outcry forced them to reconsider – and ultimately reverse – their decision….
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