By: BWST Staff
The White House released a statement Thursday indicating that First Lady Melania Trump will be visiting “an award winning elementary school” in Tulsa on Monday, though the name of the school was not released.
The White House said that the tour will be a part of Melania promoting her “Be Best” initiative, seeking to combat childhood bullying.
“Through Be Best I will continue to shine a spotlight on the well-being programs that provide children the tools and skills required for emotional, social and physical well-being”, the First Lady said in a statement.
It was unclear what specific work the First Lady hopes to accomplish at the school or if she will meet with education or city leaders to advance her anti-bullying agenda.
The First Lady has come under fire for promoting anti-cyber bullying work as her husband continuously tweets at national leaders using condescending nicknames. Melania has also faced criticism for saying she was “the most bullied person in the world” and for wearing a jacket which read “I really don’t care, do you?” while visiting children and families detained in cages on the border.
The Black Wall Street Times will stay on top of this developing story.