DR. BECKLES VS. THE COLUMBIA COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION: A HERO WHO STOOD UP AGAINST RACIAL INJUSTICE, BEING FRAMED, AND POLICE CORRUPTION:
Columbia County Georgia – CNN iReport: The Columbia County School System is committed to NOT providing the best educators for our kids, wrongfully firing good teachers, encouraging excessive discriminatory policies to discourage good teachers from remaining in the teaching field. Horrible & Racist Schools and a lousy board of education, incompetent & racist school administrators- that actively enforce racial & job discrimination, deliberately designing unfair school polices that make it harder for African-American men to become certified or hired teachers, excluding good minority teachers from making a positive impact in our schools, and helping to educate children in need of quality education, that is one of many reasons why our school system keeps failing!!
Community leader Rev. Dr. Franklyn Beckles, Jr., a former Richmond County School Teacher and famous children’s rights advocate helped to achieve an historic Civil Rights Crusade against injustice and bullying in Richmond County Public Schools on June 5, 2013 – in Augusta Georgia. He was followed by his wife Adrian, son Christian, and a large group of supporters who marched from Pyramid Music on Broad Street to the Richmond County Board of Education Office in protest to the rapid abuse of children in public schools and to expose the corruption, racism, and history of scandals by the Richmond County Board of Education. The group delivered a petition to the incompetent School Superintendent Frank Roberson requesting the removal of the embattled and dishonest Copeland Elementary School Principal Kim Davis, proving that she had disrespected parents, disregarded their civil rights and aided in abusing students. The Civil Rights Leader Dr. Franklyn V. Beckles, Jr., was the only man in the community with the courage to address the crisis of racial injustice in schools and businesses in the Central Savannah River Area, primarily in Augusta, Georgia. Dr. Beckles successfully led the fight against public school injustice and corruption, as did his father Aiken Technical College Professor Franklyn V. Beckles, Sr., in Aiken South Carolina where he established the first successful all-black private school (Aiken Academy), to combat the public school dropout rate of minority children inspired by the Aiken County Board of Education. In most cases the victims are usually African American men and boys- (read book “The Conspiracy against Black Boys”)…
EXPOSED! Columbia County, Evans GA: Racism, Public School Misconduct & Police Corruption! BEWARE!