SAY WHAT?!? Louisiana State Lawmaker Suggests That Schools Should Teach The 'Good' Of Slavery
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GOP state Rep. Ray Garofalo of Louisiana on Tuesday said that public schools and colleges should teach the “good” of slavery during discussions about race, as part of a bill that he proposed that would bar “divisive concepts” from classrooms.
Garofalo, who chairs the House Education Committee, said during a hearing on the bill, also known as HB 564, that his legislation sought to remove “politics out of the classroom” and cultivate “a learning environment free of discrimination.” [https://bit.ly/3h4OiDF]
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