Woodson argued that the American principles that have inspired black people to rise above their circumstances are under threat from the 1619 Project, a “very corrosive and very dangerous challenge.”
(Tyler O’Neil – PJ Media) On Wednesday, black civil rights veteran Robert Woodson announced a new high school curriculum to counter the “diabolical” influence of The New York Times‘ “1619 Project,” which has released companion curricula for schools….
The 1776 Unites Curriculum will counter the 1619 Project’s message that America is a fundamentally racist and oppressive country by telling the stories of persecuted people who used American principles to overcome their circumstances and achieve the American dream. Woodson has worked in crime-ridden neighborhoods for decades, empowering people to overcome their circumstances.
Key American principles have enabled people in those communities “to restore individual lives, rebuild communities, and establish trust,” Woodson said in a Zoom press conference. He noted that in addition to “a legacy of slavery, there has been a legacy of excellence and resilience” in the black community.
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