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The 1619 Project’s Creator Admits It’s Not Really History

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The 1619 Project’s Creator Admits It’s Not Really History

Joe Cunningham
Redstate

7/27/20

EXCERPT:

The 1619 Project, an ideologically-driven revisionist history of the United States, has been getting a lot of attention over the last several days as Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton threatened legislation to defund any school that uses any curriculum based on it.

While I advise against actually putting forward any such legislation, Cotton’s threat appears to have forced the creator of the controversial project to go on the defensive where others – including historians critical of the premise she built the project from – did not.

Nikole Hannah-Jones took to Twitter Monday morning to walk back the assertion that the 1619 Project was “a history,” insisting that it was a project of journalism.

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Oathtaker

Saying what anyone who passed Middle School History already knew.

All the “narrative” does is make the “spinners” look dumb to the average person.

I do get that for their attempt at Marxism they need to weave several myths together for the “proletariat” to clutch on to.

Trouble is, their “proletariat” are a bunch of lazy, self-entitled, unemployed children. I don’t see this as a model for success.

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Rock N' Roll Right Winger

"Journalism" = twist spin and lie.

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pepperonikkid

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Oathtaker
1 hour ago, pepperonikkid said:

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Kinda looks like Schiff... hmmmmn...

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