An item here from the world of education—a non-crazy one, for a change.
The Matanuska-Susitna School Board in Palmer, Alaska has voted to ban five books from the list of approved texts for high school English teachers this fall. Among the five is I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, one of the seven, count 'em seven, autobiographies put out by the semiliterate black female windbag Maya Angelou, who went off to join the Choir Invisible six years ago.
The book was banned by this Alaska school board, quote from this Fox News report I'm reading, "because of a graphic description she wrote about being molested as a child and for 'anti-white' messaging."
I don't care about the self-reported molestation, which the old fraud probably made up anyway, but "anti-white messaging"? Hallelujah! In a town in the USA, in the Year of Our Lord 2020, a school board has banned a book for "anti-white messaging."
Is it too much to hope that they will proceed logically from here to ban the New York Times? Baby steps, baby steps.