As we all know this is so-called Black History Month and as usual the public schools require the children 2 do a report on a famous African American. My daughter brought home a list of names that she was disappointed with. She wanted to do a report on Kemet but, of course, it wasn't on the list. I went to the school and asked the principle, who by the way is African American with a PHD about this. Her first reaction was shock(I guess I dont look the part or she didnt know herself). The sistah explained to me that they have a certain curriculum to follow. I told her I understand that but the curriculum keeps our babies handcuffed to slavery as if thats were we began. The sistah didnt take it to well and the conversation got intense. I told her that"Being the Principle of an all Black school I felt she had a responsibility to step outside the box and allow Our Story to be told." She replied" The his-story taught was jus fine and that she wouldnt change things." So, I ask the family if any actions can be taken to changes things. I am in no position to home school nor do I have the finances for private school. Is there any way I can go about changing things.