VIRTUAL EVENT: How Action Civics Teaches Our Kids to Protest

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October 28, 2020 VIRTUAL EVENT: How Action Civics Teaches Our Kids to Protest

Part III of Heritage's America's History of Hope" series.

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A boy raises his fist in the air as protesters rally in front of the 2nd Precinct Police Station during a demonstration on June 25, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Brandon Bell / Stringer / Getty Images

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Online

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In 2010, six organizations set out to redefine civics education. What they brought about is known as “New Civics,” “Action Civics,” “Civic Engagement,” or “Project-Based Civics.” Dr. Lindsay’s important new study examines the origins, nature, and educational effects of this movement in civic education and demonstrates that it has a clear progressive bias, teaches our kids to protest, and leads to civic ignorance. In part III of our America's History of Hope series Dr. Lindsay will discuss this important study and provide a roadmap for putting Americans back on a path toward civic knowledge.

Want to revisit Part I of the Series? Click here to watch The Power of Trial and Triumph.

Want to revisit Part II of the Series? Click here to watch The Perils of Revisionist History.

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