About the event
Debunk the 1619 Project—and Learn Real American History—with One of America’s Leading Scholars
You’ve heard about the 1619 Project, right? That radical revision of America’s history by the New York Times?
To this day, the people behind the 1619 Project refuse to debate their claims—even though prominent historians have lined up to criticize the project.
And yet high schools across the country are eager to put the 1619 Project into their curriculum!
That means there’s a good chance that young members of your family will be required to study unfounded historical claims . . .
. . . and learn to hate their country in the process.
How can conservatives respond?
How do we debunk the erroneous claims made by the 1619 Project eloquently and effectively?
Here to guide you is renowned author and scholar Peter Wood, president of the National Association of Scholars.
Wood has written award-winning books and published in prominent publications such as the Chronicle of Higher Education and National Review.
And on Thursday, December 10, at 7:00 p.m. ET, he will walk you through the errors, lies, and fabrications of the 1619 Project.
You will come away with a better grasp of American history—and the knowledge you need to debunk the claims for your friends and loved ones.
Spots are limited. Reserve yours now for a chance to join this live discussion—and ask Dr. Wood your questions in real time!