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Watch: Kat Timpf on the School that May Erase George Washington Art

In a new video for National Review, reporter Kat Timpf asks viewers how Americans should handle the more unfortunate aspects of U.S. history — including parts of George Washington’s legacy.

A school district in Northern California may remove a mural of George Washington from George Washington High School over concerns that it traumatizes students and community members,” she begins. “So I’m asking: How do we handle the tragedies of the past?”

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