By Virginia Allen ~
Personal narratives are powerful and often serve to empower others. The African American community is full of stories of men and women who overcame slavery, Jim Crow laws, and discrimination.
The 1776 Unites movement, founded by Bob Woodson, has just released a school curriculum to tell the stories of black success throughout American history, stories that The New York Times’ 1619 Project has chosen to ignore.
American history is an essential part of every child’s education. The 1776 Unites movement has released a school curriculum that tells the stories of black success throughout U.S. history and unites all Americans, regardless of skin color. (Photo: Ariel Skelley/Getty Images)
The curriculum features “stories and lesson plans that celebrate black excellence, reject victimhood culture, and showcase African Americans, past and present, who have prospered by embracing America’s founding ideals of free enterprise, family, hard work, entrepreneurship, and…
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