Meet the educator teaching ‘boys to be men’ who woke leftists accuse of teaching ‘whiteness’

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Young men in America are increasingly desperate for positive role models as immoral celebrities and athletes so often take center stage.

King Randall is a young man who realized that needed to change and took action by founding the Life Preparatory School for Boys based in Georgia when he was just 19 years old.

Recently, Randall released a video showing these young men the proper etiquette for eating dinner, which included which utensils to use. Now, he’s being accused by the woke mob of teaching boys how to be white.

“He was accused of teaching the young boys how to be white rather than how to eat properly at dinner,” Jason Whitlock scoffs.

And he doesn’t just teach kids how to eat properly.

“We’ve been teaching kids how to work on cars, work on houses such as changing oil, changing brakes, reading — because that’s a big issue where we live,” Randall tells Whitlock.

“We have some of the lowest test scores and reading scores in our state, and that’s a huge issue for us. So, that’s why I started my own school,” Randall adds.

While many graduates of the school have become impressive success stories, keeping the school open has been an uphill battle for Randall.

“We’ve been battling you know, people as well as our city government trying to keep our school open, but you know, we’re still making it happen,” he explains.

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