New Black Lives Matter textbook is aimed at white middle schoolers and high schoolers

How Black Lives Matter Can Really Matter

"Black Lives Matter (Special Reports)" is a new textbook that is aimed at white students in sixth through twelfth grade.

According to Ardo Publishing, the textbook "covers the shootings that touched off passionate protests, the work of activists to bring about a more just legal system and tensions in the U.S. society that these events have brought to light."

While the authors of the textbooks -- Duchess Harris and Sue Bradford Edwards -- say that the conversation needs to happen with young students, many critics are saying that this book goes too far.

On "Fox and Friends Weekend," Larry Elder said that this book is "indoctrinating children to believe that black people are victims and white people should feel guilty about it." He also went on to say that he doesn't feel like this textbook gets to the root of the problem.

How do you feel about the Black Lives Matter textbook? Let us know in the comments below!

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