As a new school year approaches, districts across the U.S. might want to reconsider history classes’ curriculum. In a New York Times Magazine article, written in 2019, reporter Nikita Stewart found that U.S. states are not required to adhere to any academic content standards for history courses. As a result, many schools teach a white-washed version of history, effacing the existence of certain historical events and/or occurrences that center non-white perspectives and ones where people of color play a significant historical role.
5 LIFE LESSONS YOU’VE LEARNED FROM DISNEY’S MOST BELOVED TALES
Sofia Prieto Black Disney movies are arguably the most iconic films to ever be made. From the incredibly detailed and beautifully drawn animations to the one-of-a-kind characters and their plot lines, the carefully crafted lessons […]