Browsing All posts tagged under »History Education«

1776 Unites Curriculum Rejects 1619 Project Victimhood Narrative

September 17, 2020 by

1

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 […]

Please Don’t Forget Memorial Day’s Meaning

May 27, 2019 by

1

By Steven Bucci ~ America has undergone a lot of maturing between the Vietnam War and the conflicts of the 21st century. I know, I wore a uniform during both periods. On Memorial Day, let’s not regress in that maturity. When I was still a cadet at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, I […]

Americans Have Almost Entirely Forgotten Their History

October 5, 2018 by

2

By Jarrett Stepman ~ In America, we celebrate democracy and are justifiably proud that this nation was founded on the idea that the people should rule. That’s why it is so important that Americans be informed about their government. They are partakers in it. In fact, they control it. Under tyrannical systems, it matters little […]

November 22, 1963

November 23, 2008 by

1

By Alan Caruba I doubt that most Americans will recall that, 45 years ago, on November 22, 1963, the President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. Clearly, part of the reason is that a lot of Americans have been born since then, but the other part of the reason […]