Rejected petition Teach in schools about BAME past more and about lgbt issues and key figures

To change the schools curriculum to teach children about key minority figures like people from the BAME commmmunity and civil rights movement as well as LGBT acceptance and the history of the British LGBT community. This is to allow people instead to learn more of minority communities.

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Often in school children do not learn about key figures in the British civil rights and do not learn about lgbt history either so I believe this need to change so people learn more about how all communities have changed our country

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