June 2, 2021

The last few days the nation learned about a horrific act of racism where American citizens were attacked by fire-bombing planes, hysterical vigilante groups and complicit law enforcement — all on American soil in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The real troubling question in 2021 is why it took 100 years to know about the Tulsa massacre; Hand-in-hand with that hidden historical event is the push now among GOP states to prohibit teaching Critical Race Theory. Is this the epitome of ‘white-washing history’?; GOP-led state legislatures continue their assault on our voting rights while rushing to disenfranchise communities of color from voting; and Mexico is facing their own ‘Trump’ election tipping point this Sunday. Go beyond the headlines…

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The Brewing Political Battle Over Critical Race Theory

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