Filling the Gaps: Learning Difficult History Takes Effort
Updated: Apr 17, 2022
by Jayashree Prasad-Sinha, PhD
We should be taught the actual facts instead of edited versions of history. If we do not know our real past we will not know where we will go in the future. We may likely repeat past mistakes. Read Jayashree's perspective in her recent oped. Click here to read the full article.
"All people deserve to know their pasts, their true histories—whether it is about their native country or their adopted home. This can happen when the truth is faced together. It is necessary to confront the real past, however unpalatable it may seem to some. Face it, learn from it, accept then move forward together as one nation."
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