Additionally: they won’t be able to debate it because of the socalled “anti-woke” law they passed last year, which disallows making people feel bad about their race – which was to prevent any mention by teachers of the detreminal effects of slavery to black people from white slave owners.

Point 1)
a) Are we teaching middle school children to be future slave-owners?
These skills were useful to slave owners.
If no, then
b) Are we teaching middle school children to hire former slaves in their organizations
No?
Then what makes it critical information that will be taught as fact?
Additionally: they won’t be able to debate it because of the socalled “anti-woke” law they passed last year, which disallows making people feel bad about their race – which was to prevent any mention by teachers of the detreminal effects of slavery to black people from white slave owners.

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