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Texas Passes A Bill Dropping Requirement That Teaches KKK Is "Morally Wrong"

By | On July 21, 2021

Texas has been using every opportunity it can to change laws, especially about race. The Republican state recently passed Senate Bill 3, which reportedly removed educational requirements related to students when teaching them the “history of white supremacy.”

The bill reportedly removes requirements for students to learn the “history of white supremacy, including but not limited to the institution of slavery, the eugenics movement, and the Ku Klux Klan, and the ways in which it is morally wrong." 


The bill also noted that teachers are not allowed “deference to any one perspective” if they decide to teach about present-day news events like mass shootings or “controversial issue of public policy or social affairs.”

The bill has been met with backlash, with Democratic state senator Judith Zaffirini being very vocal on the matter. 



The senator said, “How could a teacher possibly discuss slavery, the Holocaust or the mass shootings at the Walmart in El Paso or at the Sutherland Springs Church in my district without giving deference to any one perspective?" Take a look above.
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