‘NCIS: New Orleans’ Alum Lucas Black Blasts ‘Appalling’ Curriculum in Schools in Passionate Post

by Samantha Whidden
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‘NCIS: New Orleans’ alum Lucas Black took to his social media accounts last week to share his opinion several controversial topics in schools.

While speaking about the curriculum in schools, Lucas Black explains in the post, “Homeschooling will continue to rise for many reasons. Parents have had enough with the indoctrination that has been going on for far too long. We should reject all things Critical Race Theory.”

Lucas Black continues to explain his stance on the hot political topic by stating. “For some states to allow this in school curriculums is beyond child abuse. My neighbor who is a kindergarten teacher says she has to teach kids about race. This is absurd.”

Lucas Black also shares his thoughts about sex education in schools by noting, “My wife and I will be the only ones to teach our kids about the spiritual act of sex, not tv, not movies, not music, no part of culture today, and definitely not in schools. The books being read and what’s being taught about sex in schools is appalling.”

The post also features one of Lucas Black’s latest tweets, which says, “I met a married couple who is going to start homeschooling their kids. The wife is leaving her six-figure paying job to teach her kids. This is seeing a need and having enough courage to take action to do it. These kinds of stories give me hope!”

Lucas Black’s Acting Career and Time on ‘NCIS: New Orleans 

Lucas Black is a TV and film actor who is best known for his roles on CBS’ American Gothic. He also appeared in various films, including Sling Blade, Friday Night Lights, Jarhead, and The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. Black is notably set to cameo in the latest film in the Fast and the Furious franchise, F9. 

Black recently spoke to Entertainment Weekly about his experience in the Fast and the Furious franchise by calling his time on the set of Tokyo Drift a “huge success” for him. He also calls it a “blessing” to see the film being one of the adaptions that stood out in the franchise. “That’s what’s so unique about Tokyo Drift, it kind of has its own following,” Lucas states.

Black also notes that the film stands out and he’s proud of that. “And I know the movie and the story, and the saga has changed throughout the years, and that’s been a good thing.

Lucas Black also starred on the hit CBS series NCIS: New Orleans as NCIS Special Agent Christopher LaSalle. He took on the role on the show’s first season and went on play LaSalle until the show’s sixth season. LaSalle died from the injuries he sustained after being shot by villain Eddie Barrett (Eddie Cahill). 

Lucas starred alongside Scott Bakula, Rob Kerkovich, CCH Pounder, Daryl Mitchelle, and Vanessa Ferlito on NCIS: New Orleans. The show premiered its series finale last month.

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