Critical Race Leery
December 3, 2021
“We recognize there are not two sides of the Holocaust.”
So spoke Texas school superintendent Lane Ledbetter, apologizing for North Texas school administrator Gina Peddy’s remark, surreptitiously recorded by someone among a group of teachers, that they should “make sure that if you have a book on the Holocaust, that you have one that has opposing, that has other perspectives.”
“How do you oppose the Holocaust?” an unidentified and understandably puzzled participant was heard to ask.
Well, you don’t, of course. Which is what Ledbetter felt the need to make clear.
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