A high school geography textbook is going viral after a Texas mom posted a video on Facebook showing a controversial page.
FOX's News Radio's Monica Rix has the details:
Roni Dean-Burren says her son Coby sent her a picture of his 9th grade geography book. In it, a page that shows a map showing immigration patterns across American History. But the part that shocked her was a description on slaves.
The textbook describing Africans as "workers" brought to the U.S. to quote, "work on agricultural plantations."
Well the Texas mom called out the book's publisher, McGraw-Hill Education, saying they didn't adequately explain people were actually "forced into migration and labor".
The company says it plans to fix it, but it may be a while. A new textbook won't be released right away.
Monica Rix, FOX News Radio.