Oklahoma Attorney General vows to defend state’s racist values…

Earlier this year, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt and his pals in the state legislature reminded the world that Oklahoma is still a Top 10 State for Racism (#OKTop10) when they quickly and eagerly passed HB 1775 – a controversial law that would ban topics like racism or sexism from being taught or discussed in Oklahoma classrooms because they may, amongst other things, make children of racist parents feel uncomfortable.


The law was universally panned by liberals, academics and other people who think that ignoring and white-washing the history of racism in America, and how it still impacts our society today, is probably not a good idea, and basically equates to unconstitutional censorship.


As a result, the ACLU of Oklahoma, along with a few other liberal groups, announced this week they are challenging the constitutionality of the law in federal court.


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