The Texas Tribune reports:
Texas lawmakers have filed at least three bills targeting how racism, current events and the country’s founding principles are taught in K-12 schools — including a senate bill that would strip out upcoming requirements that students learn white supremacy is “morally wrong” and study particular writings by women and people of color.
SB 3, filed by state Sen. Bryan Hughes on Friday, strips out most mentions of women and people of color in that section — more than two dozen requirements that include Native American history, work by civil rights activists Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta, historical documents related to the Chicano movement and women’s suffrage, and writings by Martin Luther King Jr., Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass.
Read the full article. Hughes [photo above] has appeared on JMG multiple times for similarly racist and anti-voter bills.
Texas Senate bill seeks to strip required lessons on people of color and women from “critical race theory” law: https://t.co/xkz0v5Y2rO
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