June 13, 2022
June 11, 2022
I’ve read some of my favorite books in the press lately. “Beloved” and “The Bluest Eye”, two classics from the late Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison. August Wilson’s play “Fences”. The list goes on. But these works are not legitimately celebrated. Instead, they’re used as political clubs by conservative activists who would rather your teens didn’t read them.
You’ve probably heard of the hubbub surrounding Critical Race Theory, one of those things opponents can barely define. In practical terms, these activists would prefer that public school students not study or read anything that suggests America’s history is drenched in blood, or that racism is as American as baseball, hot dogs. , apple pie and Chevrolet. You can choose almost any novel written by a black author and it could be considered a banned book.
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