House Republicans Introduce Bill Prohibiting Federal Funds for Schools Using 1619 Project Curriculum

Two House Republicans have introduced a bill that would pull federal funds out of public schools incorporating The New York Times' controversial "1619 Project" as a part of their history curricula. The bill, called the Saving American History Act, was put forward by Reps. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) and Rick Allen (R-Ga.) as a companion legislation to the one introduced in the Senate by Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) in July. Spearheaded by New York Times reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones, the 1619 Project aims to "reframe American history" by presenting the United States as a nation that is inherently racist, with slavery as its foundation. The project consistRead More From Source

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