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Colonizer Curriculum: Texas Educators Want To Characterize Slavery As ‘Involuntary Relocation'

1 month ago   |   By News One

By now, it should be as clear as day that Texas is chief among the many red states where white fragility goes to die, be reborn and become the catalyst for virtually all policy changes.
Apparently, for one group of Texas educators, it's not enough that the state passed an anti-critical race theory law that dropped requirements for teachers to give lessons on, among other things, the KKK, the teachings of Martin Luther King or any curricula that might make students uncomfortable. This group also feels the need to sanitize slavery for second graders by describing it as “involuntary...
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