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9/11 education should “avoid placing blame” and leave out the “gruesome details” of that fateful day so as not to lead to extreme nationalism, according to some college students.
Students from the University of Florida spoke with Campus Reform recently to share their opinions on how 9/11 should be taught.
The article goes on to state the following:
Among their suggestions was to avoid the discussion altogether of who was responsible for the terrorist attacks. Others said the idea of American exceptionalism shouldn’t be mentioned at all in lessons.
One student said that American exceptionalism is “rooted in a lot of colonialist and imperialist notions of how we should treat other people.”
A different student in the video said that young people who adopt the “dangerous mindset” of American exceptionalism could risk growing up to be “extremists and really nationalistic.”
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WATCH: Students think 9/11 lessons should omit ‘gruesome’ details, ‘avoid placing blame’https://t.co/I0mFGDGwQO
— Campus Reform (@campusreform) September 9, 2021
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