Under no circumstances should the "1619 Project" be distributed to public schools. It is so filled with errors and lies it isn't funny. Just from it's headline punch that in 1619 slavery came to America. Hello. Slavery was universal and was in the Americas long before the first Europeans showed up. Such an anti-American propaganda piece should never be in our media, much less our schools. If, in fact, truth and facts matter for anything.
Anyone who values truth and opposes lies would have to agree. This is a Marxist hit piece, designed to increase the calls to burn America - and its corresponding values and freedoms - to the ground. It's driven by the Presentism that now saturates our approach to history. A person who opposes Senator Cotton's sane and obvious desire to avoid teaching our students erroneous narratives is a living example as to why we bend over backwards to keep our son in homeschool.