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    The Atlantic | Conor Friedersdorf | 3/14/21 | 23 min
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    • Alexa1 month ago

      I cant imagine parenting in this modern world. Educating them, raising them, teaching them how to sort out the current world

      • SEnkey1 month ago

        It's really not so bad. You teach them, as best you can, to be good people. Most of the rest figures itself out.

    • SEnkey1 month ago

      One question worth asking is: Can a reasonable person disagree? If the answer is yes, then a school probably shouldn't teach it - or should proceed with caution.

      Racism is bad and has affected our history - a reasonable person would not disagree. Teach away.

      BLM policy stance / 'anti-racism' / intersectionality - can a reasonable person disagree - yes. Look at the debates occurring in academia and in the pages of the Atlantic/New York Times etc. And if reasonable people can disagree, then our schools should proceed with caution.