… She was the driving force behind the New York Times’ 1619 Project, a piece of propaganda that scholars all across the political spectrum have blasted.
… If you have followed the conservative critics of the 1619 Project, however, you will notice that very little of the criticism has focused on the portions of the project that seek only to give the African-American…
… That misapprehension is abetted by the 1619 Project. Wood thus begins with a quick tour of New World slavery prior to 1619.
… Technically, the Pulitzer is for Hannah-Jones’s lead essay in the 1619 Project, and not for her role as the self-described architect of the rest of the essay collection.
… That the proposal specifically mentions the 1619 Project, which several prominent historians have criticized — particularly its suggestion that the American Revolution was fought to secure slavery.