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Remembering or Forgetting History: CRT vs Confederate Statues

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Some examples of it being seen:


You can’t take away out confederate statues, that’s our history wether you like it or not!

Also Republicans:
You can’t teach CRT to our children. We don’t like that part of our history, it’s embarrassing.


The crowd who demands we keep Confederate statues to 'teach' their children the history of them wants to ban teaching CRT and the whole of our history


The ones who are rabidly against having CRT in classrooms are the same ones who cite “Those who don't know history are destined to repeat it” as soon as confederate statues start coming down.

They’re utterly transparent.


Mirrored at the Nerve Center as "CRT".


Categories: Across time, Class disparities, Double standards, Hypocrisy, Playing both sides, Selective outrage, Serious consequences, Trying to have it both ways, Vs

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