New Jersey has passed a law requiring all public schools to teach diversity, inc…

New Jersey has passed a law requiring all public schools to teach diversity, inclusion and equality courses to kindergarten through 12th grade, starting in the 2021-2022 school year. These lessons will teach students about unconscious bias and economic disparities, and the impact they have on individuals and society as a whole. In December, Connecticut became the first state to require high schools to offer African American, Black, Puerto Rican and Latino studies. California, Washington state, Vermont, Virginia, Nevada, Nebraska and Indiana have passed similar legislation on ethnic studies courses.โ 
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  1. What about studies on how the nazis treated the Jewish people?! Or how Jewish people built the pyramids ? Slaves in two different time periods and yet younger generations seem to not get or believe that this is history as well

  2. This unconscious bias thing is racism against white ppl. Truly. Bc u are judging a white person telling them what they think and that they ALL THINK ALIKE, SOLELY BASED ON THEIR SKIN COLOR.

  3. Oh how nice! But it still doesnโ€™t fix the larger problem at hand. Iโ€™m sure the kids are sick of hearing about the Boston tea party every year in school anyway….

  4. Making the world a better place for our childrenโ€™s future,letting children be included in a diverse world is also taking care of their mental health โค๏ธ

  5. Right now is the adults who need this not the kids because kids love whoever is nice to them and treats them fairly.

  6. How about we teach them life skills like personal finance, credit scores, and investing and saving money instead of this useless bullshit

  7. Racism works both sides. If white ppl are biased against dark skinned ppl then dark skinned ppl use the same bias right back at white ppl. Its a vicious circle.


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