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Educators say reactions to Charlottesville reveal need for better teaching of history

After a white supremacist in Charlottesville rally grew increasingly violent, and eventually ended in the death of a 32 year-old counterprotester and injured 19 people, many Americans responded by saying that the violence carried out by white supremacists did not represent what America was about. The Twitter hashtag #ThisIsNotUs trended on Saturday. Journalists, politicians, and […]
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