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Quiz for the week of: May 24, 2021

Question 1 out of 5

Q: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill faced widespread criticism last week after the school denied Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones a tenured position. Many speculated that the denial was related to Hannah-Jones’ “1619 Project,” a series in the New York Times Magazine that covered what topic?

Select your answer:
A. The history of labor unions in America
B. Slavery in American history
C. The history of racism against Asian Americans
D. The Black Lives Matter movement

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