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Stewart Meadows
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Stewart Meadows

More anti-white, pro-negro propaganda in American schools - brought to you by the usual suspects (i.e. the jews):

The 1619 Project is a long-form journalism project developed by Nikole Hannah-Jones, writers from The New York Times, and The New York Times Magazine which "aims to reframe the country's history by placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of Black Americans at the very center of the United States' national narrative".[1] The project was first published in The New York Times Magazine in August 2019 for the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans in the English colony of Virginia.[2] The project later included a broadsheet article, live events, and a podcast.[3]

The project has sparked criticism and debate among prominent historians and political commentators.[4][5][6] (...) In response, Jake Silverstein, the editor of The New York Times Magazine, defended the accuracy of the 1619 Project and declined to issue corrections.[7]

Teachers union chief Randi Weingarten defends use of 1619 Project in schools

By Selim Algar
May 10, 2021

The head of the American Federation of Teachers defended the use of the controversial “1619 Project” in public schools Monday and said it was being misinterpreted.

Fox News host Martha McCallum asked Randi Weingarten if kids should be taught that the pursuit of American independence sprang from a desire to perpetuate slavery.

Weingarten denied that the 1619 Project pushed that theory and cited personal conversations with its lead author.
But McCallum rebutted her characterization of the the revisionist history project of the New York Times. “That’s not my conclusion,” she said. “That’s directly from their work.”

Weingarten then abruptly tried to pivot to coverage of the 2020 presidential election results on Fox News. “I would hope that Fox would be just as focused on — let’s get rid of the misinformation on this election,” she said.

McCallum accused Weingarten of diverting from the topic.

“That’s a dodge,” she said, before asking the question again.

Randi Weingarten (born December 18, 1957)[1] is an American labor leader, attorney, and educator. She is president of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and a member of the AFL–CIO. She is the former president of the United Federation of Teachers.
Rhonda "Randi" Weingarten was born in 1957 in New York City, to a Jewish family (...) A congregant of Beth Simchat Torah synagogue, she considers herself a deeply religious Jew.[3][4]

Randi Weingarten. "Trust me, goyim."