A new report shows that the famous American children’s writer Dr. Seuss is now considered too controversial for one of the largest school districts in Virginia.
In the past two decades, Dr. Seuss’s birthday has been called “Read Across America Day” in the school. This day is dedicated to the importance of reading and literacy. This day is the anniversary of Dr. Seuss’s birthday, to commemorate this influential author, whose books have helped countless children learn to read all over the world.
But according to reports, under pressure from activists, Loudoun County Public Schools abandoned the annual Dr. Seuss celebration.
The Loudoun County School said in a research report: “Realizing that many schools continue to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday while celebrating “Trans-American Book Day”, it’s important for us to recognize that it may challenge us here. This is very important for practical research in terms of aspects.” Daily Telegraph reported an announcement.
“As our cultural response and racial awareness increase, leaders of all buildings should know that there have been studies in recent years that have revealed the radical colors in the books and illustrations written by Dr. Seuss,”
According to reports, the free education advocacy organization “Learn for Justice” is behind the pressure campaign against the famous children’s author. According to their website, the organization positions itself as a group seeking to “maintain the mission of the left-wing southern impoverished legal center.”
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“Learning for Justice” cited a study by the University of St. Catherine, which stated that Dr. Seuss’s work was covered by “Orientalism, anti-black and white supremacy” in their published journal articles.
The organization also claimed that non-white characters in the book are “subordinate to” white characters.
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This is not the first time that Dr. Seuss has been cancelled.
The former first lady Melania Trump (Melania Trump) shot at the curator of an elementary school library in Massachusetts in 2017. The latter claimed that the illustrations in Dr. Seuss’ books (usually cartoon animals or fantasy creatures) ) Is an example of “racist propaganda”.
Loudoun County Public Schools did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment for this article.