NO Inaccurate "1619 Project" Teaching in Ohio Schools!

Petition to: Paolo A. DeMaria, Director, State Department of Public Instruction, Ohio Department of Education

 

NO Inaccurate "1619 Project" Teaching in Ohio Schools!

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NO Inaccurate "1619 Project" Teaching in Ohio Schools!

The New York Times has put forward a highly biased, discriminatory version of American history, the "1619 Project," which Ohio schools may soon incorporate into classroom teaching. This unfair and largely concocted historical revisionism paints all founders of America as cruel racists with no motivation but to oppress and exploit others. This does not fit the facts and children learning this will be enabled to develop vicious and bigoted views that are not productive, kind or based on truth. Please urge the Director of the Ohio Department of Education, Paulo DeMaria, to reject plans to use this anti-American, divisive curriculum in Ohio schools, or anything similar. This is not only an enormous, politically-motivated lie, it will make children hate our country. And America, even with our imperfections, does not deserve this!

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Petition to: Paolo A. DeMaria, Director, State Department of Public Instruction, Ohio Department of Education

NO Inaccurate "1619 Project" Teaching in Ohio Schools!

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NO Inaccurate "1619 Project" Teaching in Ohio Schools!

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