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Opinion: Elon Musk’s Criticisms of the EV Incentive Bill Are Valid

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Texas Senate Passes Bill to Remove Required Lessons on Civil Rights Movements from Public School Curriculums

Photo: CrackerClips Stock Media (Shutterstock) Public schools in Texas are one step closer to no longer being required to teach about various American civil rights movements in social studies classes. Advertisement Bloomberg reports that on Friday, the state Senate voted 18-4 to pass Senate Bill 3, which drops requirements for teachers to include lessons on Cesar Chavez, […]

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Congress Set to Honor WWII Battalion Composed of Black Women

World War II veteran Maj. Fannie Griffin McClendon shows an image of herself during her time in the military.Photo: Matt York (AP) I’m honestly surprised that Hidden Figures didn’t spur some kind of anthology series about all the untold stories of Black greatness throughout American history. Simply put, there are so many instances of Black […]

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QAnon Supporters Big Mad Over Trump’s December Tour With Bill O’Reilly Because It Means He Won’t Be Reinstated as President in August

Photo: Jim McIsaac (Getty Images) For some reason, the same people who believed a Washington, D.C. pizzeria was the secret meetup for connected pedophiles also believed that former President Donald Trump would somehow be reinstated to his rightful position as king of the white supremacists as president of the United States. Advertisement Where did they […]

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‘Juneteenth is Soooo Lame’: Candace Owens Continues to be the Candace Owensiest of All the Candace Owenses in the Sunken Place

Photo: Jason Davis (Getty Images) Anybody who knows me knows I have no respect for Black conservatives—which is really to say that I hold them generally in the same regard that I hold white conservatives or right-wingers of any race—but Candace Owens is not like the others. None of the other Black lapdogs for white […]

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Signs ‘1836 Project’ Bill Promoting Texas History. Critics Fear it Will Whitewash Slavery…Because Duh

Photo: Montinique Monroe (Getty Images) Do y’all remember when the guy who used to leave orange spray-tan booty juice all over the Oval Office furniture established “The 1776 Commission” to counter Nikole Hannah-Jones’ Pulitzer Prize-winning work The 1619 Project? Well, President Joe Biden shut that racist ass shit down pretty much as soon as he […]

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Nevada Passes Law Banning Racist School Mascots and *Checks Notes* ‘Sundown Town’ Sirens…in 2021

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak speaks at the 23rd Annual Lake Tahoe Summit, Tuesday, at South Lake Tahoe, Calif., Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The summit is a gathering of federal, state and local leaders to discuss the restoration and the sustainability of Lake Tahoe. Photo: Rich Pedroncelli (AP) Here’s a question: If America isn’t and never […]

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Legislation to Ban Black Hair Discrimination in Illinois Schools Passes State House

Photo: Red Confidential (Shutterstock) The state of Illinois is about an inch away from adopting a new law that would prohibit schools from discriminating against Black hair. The bill is currently on its way back to the state Senate so that lawmakers can vote on an amendment to name it for the Black 4-year-old who […]

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