A group of writers, intellectuals and professors has banded together to denounce anti-woke efforts as censorship (“US educational authorities must resist ‘anti-woke’ censorship,” The Guardian, Mar. 10). They claim the movement harms students.
I maintain just the opposite. Students who have been exposed to a woke curriculum can’t read, write or do arithmetic. Yet they are certain they have been oppressed because of what they’ve been taught. I fail to understand how they are better off than students who have been taught a traditional curriculum.
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