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Trust in American Institutions Hits New Low … and Lack of Civics Education is Partly to Blame
Three Black Philanthropists Who Helped Fund the Fight to End Slavery
What Ever Happened to U.S. History 101?
On Ben Franklin’s Birthday, Some Fun Facts About His Philanthropy
Patrice Onwuka Featured in Philanthropy Daily on MLK Day
Robert Woodson: Lifting Black Communities Through American Values
A Diverse Bipartisan Effort Against California’s Divisive Critical Ethnic Studies Curriculum
Education Secretary Withdraws Unlawful Critical Race Theory Proposal
Landmark Lawsuit Challenges Race-Based Programming in Schools
Sotomayor, Gorsuch Discuss: Is the Civics Education Crisis a Threat to our National Security?
New Report Spotlights Civic Education Crisis in America, Offers Vision for Reform
New Survey Reveals that Students Increasingly Hesitant to Voice Views on Campus