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De fyra Amerika

6 februari 2022

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Enligt det Nationella Republikanska Partiet var sjätte januariupploppet bara ett legitimt politisk samtal. Niclas diskuterar en artikel om hur Amerika fallit sönder i fyra narrativ, och vi avslutar med en diskussion om galna lagförslag i delstaterna.

Länkar och källor

New bomb threats disrupt campus activities at several HBCUs : NPR

Black History Month is wrong. And I say that as a Black man

Republican Censure of Liz Cheney, Adam Kinzinger Over January 6 Committee Is Revealing

Yes, Trump Lamented That Mike Pence Did Not ‘Overturn the Election’ - Snopes.com

George Packer: The Four Americas - The Atlantic

Last Best Hope

Arizona GOPer Compares Not Letting Legislature Throw Out Election Results To Lynching

LGBTQ book ban proponent faces felony child molestation charge in Missouri

They’re Burning Books in Tennessee - Pith in the Wind - nashvillescene.com

Oklahoma bill would fine teachers $10k for teaching anything that contradicts religion - The Independent

Lawmaker’s bill would eliminate sales tax on gun purchases in Arizona - Local news - tucson.com

House panel votes 6-4 to restrict racism lessons in Arizona schools - Local news - tucson.com

Florida could shield whites from ‘discomfort’ of racist past - AP News

GOP lawmakers want to force teachers to out their students / LGBTQ Nation

Arizona Senators who cheered 2020 election review advance voting-related legislation - CBS News

House panel votes 6-4 to restrict racism lessons in Arizona schools - Local news - tucson.com

Tennessee school board bans teaching of Holocaust graphic novel Maus - BBC News

MCMINN COUNTY BANS “MAUS”, PULITZER PRIZE-WINNING HOLOCAUST BOOK – THE TENNESSEE HOLLER

Arizona Republicans propose major changes to elections after GOP review finds no fraud

Book banning in Texas schools: Titles are pulled off library shelves in record numbers