Two colleges plan on joining the political correctness-driven drive to overcorrect for namesakes on their college campuses, one being named after a signatory to the Declaration of Independence.
Topic: U.S. history
Artwork depicting Puritans and Native Americans side-by-side was deemed “hostile” by Yale University.
A poll found that 60% of Millennials are fine with Confederate statues being in public parks, contrary to the liberal narrative.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered the removal of busts of Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and ‘Stonewall’ Jackson from CUNY in the Bronx.
Public museums and memorials allegedly promote ‘white heterosexual male supremacy,’ two college professors claimed.
According to a college professor, the U.S. Constitution entrenches ‘slavery and white supremacy forevermore”.
James Madison University students, in an unscientific online poll, said that they wanted to keep the Founding Father’s name on the university.
History lessons teach children a “healthy contempt for authority,” writes Reason.
A freshman student at the University of North Carolina is pushing to ban the Confederate battle flag from a North Carolina school district, which idea came from an anti-racism workshop she attended at college.
The study of American history on college campuses has fallen from 18% in 1972 to 9% today, said historian Daniel Pipes.