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Dec 22, 2021


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Mike Worcester

How many times does it have to be said that Critical Race Theory is *not* taught in high schools. It's barely taught in colleges. One might be tempted to think from the over-heated rhetoric that CRT is everywhere(!). Spoiler alert -- it's not.

That said, what galls this history major is the idea that merely teaching about, for example, the Tulsa Race Riot (and that's what it was, a riot, and a massacre) is somehow un-American? I just cannot some days....

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