Parents slam North Carolina school after sixth-graders were told to study…

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News Story Source:, By ADRIANA DIAZ
A class of sixth-graders in North Carolina assigned to study an image that featured a sexually explicit act as part of an assignment for art class has left their parents fuming. 

Students at Kennedy Middle School in Charlotte, North Carolina were assigned to study a piece of art by Kara Walker titled: 'Gone: An Historical Romance of a Civil War as It Occurred b'tween the Dusky Thighs of One Young Negress and Her Heart.' 

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg school district has pulled the imagery, but some parents still have questions why their middle schoolers were told to study an art piece with a sexually explicit act.  

Parent Samantha Davis 'was shocked' when she noticed the inappropriate image among her daughter's school assignments. 

She told WSOC: 'I didn't think I needed to look up what my child was learning in an art class.'

'I understand the topic being appropriate for college a
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