THE CASE FOR THE 1619 PROJECT: IMPLICATIONS

Confronting the Anti-Blackness War on The 1619 Project & CRT

How children are being exploited in America’s fear-mongering agenda

L.A. Justice
Case For The 1619 Project
10 min readNov 9, 2021

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Much of America still seems to be in denial of this country’s dark past because they cannot reconcile the paradoxical nature of the vile inhumanity of its barbaric actions with its ideals of freedom, equality, and justice. (L.A. Justice — When the Truth Hurts: The 1619 Project and America’s Schools).

America’s Anti-Blackness War

While I still stand on the conviction of my statement above, I believe there is a more malicious, duplicitous intent behind this nation’s war on The 1619 Project and Critical Race Theory (CRT) than just the denial of its racist past. The reason most conservative politicians are afraid of schools teaching about slavery and racism is not because this country is trying to heal the soul of America, or because we have become the post-racial meritocracy that many claim we are, or because it will damage the psyche of little white children by blaming them for America’s past atrocities (which teachers are not trying to do). And it most certainly is not because this country is implementing more racially equitable laws— as we are currently witnessing…

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L.A. Justice
Case For The 1619 Project

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