While we must always be vigilant about reactionary policies, we must also simultaneously work to expand policy to be inclusive of critical, credible, and research-based perspectives in U.S. history.
the Arkansas senator said in an interview.
evil upon which the union was built.”
racist country,” the nation should be viewed “as an imperfect and flawed
land, but the greatest and noblest country in the history of mankind,” he added.
federal professional development funds from any school district that
teaches a curriculum linked to the 1619 Project.
“left-wing propaganda,” and “factually, historically flawed.”"Even a penny is
too much to go to the 1619 Project in our public schools,” Cotton said.
“The New York Times should not be teaching American history to our kids.”