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Nikole Hannah-Jones Launching ‘1619 Freedom School’ Funded in Part by George Soros Groups

Nikole Hannah-Jones Launching ‘1619 Freedom School’ Funded in Part by George Soros Groups

“a literacy curriculum built around Black history”

She claims this is mainly about literacy, but one has to wonder what the students will be reading.

Campus Reform reports:

Nikole Hannah-Jones launches Soros-funded K-12 ‘1619 Freedom School’

New York Times journalist and Howard University professor Nikole Hannah-Jones has founded the 1619 Freedom School, targeted to elementary school students in her hometown of Waterloo, Iowa.

“The school’s mission is to help children develop a love of reading and books through liberating instruction centered on Black American history and will serve low-income students with the widest disparity in their reading scores,” the school’s press release states.

Sheritta Stokes, a local teacher and friend of Hannah-Jones, is the organization’s co-founder. The pair aim to deliver “intensive literacy instruction and a culturally responsive curriculum to bridge the academic opportunity gap among low-income public school students.”

The 1619 Freedom School’s curriculum will utilize “a literacy curriculum built around Black history,” which will also be available as “an open sourced, free resources for communities across the country.”

Among the 1619 Freedom School’s funders is Open Society Foundations, a charity founded by George Soros.


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Like Johnny Carson, I can only beg the question “how segregated is the Waterloo school?”

Keeping low information individuals low information.

This is like teaching LOTR as world history.

why should anyone give a damn about “black american history?”–frankly, would find it difficult to believe anything this woman says or “teaches” after she’s confessed that the majority of her fecal opus is fictitious/conjectural/imagined nonsense–“freedom school?”–please

not sure could take anything seriously from someone named sherritta either


I support this idea. They don’t want to learn my history, let them learn their own history. And I don’t have to learn theirs. It really would put an end to one of the excuses for this continued push into curriculum, “equity”, etc.

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to artichoke. | September 9, 2021 at 2:45 pm

    Let them learn their history, certainly. AND their math, physics, and chemistry.

    Then segregate themselves into their own society and leave the rest of us alone.

    randian in reply to artichoke. | September 9, 2021 at 11:31 pm

    “let them learn their own history”

    I seriously doubt what they’ll be learning is history. It will be lies packaged as history.

I predict it fails in four years, at the most.