You're both trying to erase slavery from history because it hurts your feelings?
I'm not familiar with how conservatives square the three fifths clause and "all men are created equal" but I'm sure you've got it lined up and ready to go.
Your attempt at conflation is nothing more than a straw man argument. I'm not familiar with that either and neither is Texas apparently because we're both making the same point you did. It's right there in you're opening post, no need for me to copy/paste it.
So…just straight up lying. Got it.
To be honest, when I read the Texas bill, it is so watered down that they are telling teachers to teach these subjects dispassionately, and they have created a mess. https://www.texastribune.org/2021/05/26 ... gislature/
A new version of the bill, which was substituted on the Senate floor late Friday night and approved, says teachers can’t be compelled to discuss current events and if they do, they must explore it from multiple positions without giving “deference to any one perspective.” The bill also has already passed out of the House.
It bars students from getting course credit for civic engagement efforts, including lobbying for legislation or other types of political activism. It also added a civics training for teachers to be developed by the state and a list of founding documents students must be required to be taught.
So here we have the senate taking away credit for students taking part in the civics around them, while also saying that they don't want deference to "any one perspective"
“Do you want our Texas kids to be taught that the system of government in Texas, in the United States, is nothing but a cover-up for white supremacy?” asked state Rep. Steve Toth ,as he laid out HB 3979, which he sponsored, on the House floor in early May. “Do you want them to be taught a souped-up version of Marxism?”
This quote right here is why the Texas bill is exceedingly bad. They don't want teachers telling kids something that is not even a part of CRT, bur at the same time, they are also telling teachers not to call out items such as the holocaust, or KKK as particularly horrible.
This bill destroys critical exercises in the classroom surrounding what did and didn't happen, and why people made other decisions later in history. These bills are there to protect those that want to destroy educational discussions on how to improve this great experiment that the US is.
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did..So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.--Mark Twain