As The New York Times deletes portions of the '1619 Project,' its creator deletes her tweets
A quick scan of her account shows that nothing exists prior to a few days ago. Hannah-Jones previously had thousands upon thousands of tweets.
The New York Times has quietly deleted parts of their "1619 Project" that relate to the revising of American history, specifically the notion that America was founded in 1619.
There was only ever one way that Cotton's critique of the 1619 Project was going to be met, and that was with accusations of racism hurled at the critic. It is the only tool of discourse the left will use.
The best avenue toward a better world is not adopting a specific, pessimistic, political party perspective, but satisfying a child’s natural quench for knowledge through rigorous education.
Prominent New York Times reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones recently tweeted in support of a conspiracy theory that apparently government officials have been handing out fireworks to minorities in New York City in an effort to keep black people from sleeping.