Article originally appeared on www.conservativereview.com.
The College Board edited controversial parts of an African-American history curriculum course after criticism from Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Some of those elements included black queer studies, black feminist literary thought, and the movement for racial reparations.
On Wednesday, the College Board issued a revised curriculum in an apparent victory for the Republican governor. It excised many of the more controversial topics and added “black conservatism” as an idea for a research project, according to the New York Times.
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