It’s ironic that on the eve of today’s Martin Luther King holiday, state Rep. Brad Thomas, R-Holly Springs, filed a bill last week to ban certain curriculums– such as Critical Race Theory concepts and the anti-white “1619 Project”–” from being taught in Georgia public schools. The Cherokee County lawmaker believes students should be treated as individuals without regard to race and judged, as the late civil rights leader King preached, by the content of their character and not the color of their skin. 

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