She is obviously guilty of serious journalistic and intellectual offenses. And denying tenure to her will make some conservatives feel like they have won something. But they won’t have.
The demands of politics and identity often override academic concerns.
Historians have called Hannah-Jones’s 1619 Project ‘a very unbalanced, one-sided account.’
The point of requiring approval from the board is to avoid faculty hires that are apt to lead to trouble.
Teachers Union Head Claims ‘1619 Project’ Opponents Trying to Ban ‘Factual Version of Oppression’ in U.S.
The comments come amid a Department of Education push to adopt curriculum based on certain parts of the 1619 Project.
No one now is positioned to do more to block the spread of critical race theory and action civics throughout this country than John Cornyn.
Nikole Hannah-Jones, the driving force behind the New York Times’ 1619 Project, was just given a professorship.
From Politico this morning comes a lovely little example of the way media bias works in practice.
‘Families did not ask for this divisive nonsense. Voters did not vote for it,’ McConnell wrote.
Why 1620 should be considered the year of America’s founding.