Republicans fight ‘Race Theory,’ argue against 1619 Project

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    NBC’s Valerie Castro reports Republicans are opposing teaching the “1619 Project” in classrooms. Texas is considering bills banning the curriculum along with Oklahoma and Tennessee. She joins ‘The News with Shepard Smith’ to discuss.

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