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Karine Jean-Pierre says DeSantis wants to ‘block’ study of ‘Black Americans’ after rejecting AP course

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White House Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre said that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis wants to “block” the study of Black Americans after his administration rejected the College Board’s Advanced Placement African American Studies course.

Jean Pierre made the comments during a White House Press briefing on Friday, calling the move by the DeSantis administration “incomprehensible.”

“If you think about the study of Black Americans, that is what he wants to block,” Jean Pierre said. “These types of actions aren’t new. They are not new from what we’re seeing, especially from Florida. Sadly, Florida currently bans teachers from talking about who they are and who they love.”

“They didn’t block AP European history. They didn’t block our music history. They didn’t block our art history. But the state chooses to block a course that is meant for high achieving high school students to learn about their history of arts and culture. It is incomprehensible,” she added.

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Bryan Griffin, DeSantis’ press secretary, said in a statement that the Florida Department of Education rejected the course because…

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