Teachers are sharing how to address racism in the classroom on Twitter

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In the aftermath of the Charlottesville violence, writer Melinda Anderson noticed a problem.

In a series of Twitter posts, she points out that teachers, more than 80% of which are white, are now being put in a position where they have to address racism with their students, many without guidance or resources from their administrations.

Melinda challenged Twitter to help arm these teachers with resources to help them teach about white supremacy and the KKK.

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