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Right-Wing Racist Week in Review Reveals GOP Genocidal Assault on African America

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We have seen school boards and state legislatures across the nation move to ban books as well as censor and limit the teaching of history and issues that apparently make some students and their parents “uncomfortable,” particularly regarding the experiences and cultures of African Americans.

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