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Jun 23, 2020 Letter: You can't 'erase' history that was ignored Letter: You can't 'erase' history that was ignored Eric Englebardt, Letter to editor submission 6/20/2020. ACT tests: For many students who tried to take them this weekend, it was a total fail. How to Delete Your Google Search History in a Few Easy Apr 12, 2018

If you had the power to erase all human knowledge and documentation of history, would you? The question is a bit vague, so to further clarify: Today’s world would be the same and people would still have the basic understanding of it—i.e.

We should not seek to erase history, but recognize and learn from it, while working to create new opportunities for our brothers and sisters." More local stories 2 burned bodies found blocks apart

Claim: A Minnesota middle school discarded numerous \u201coutdated\u201d books in an attempt to "erase history."

The protesters tearing down monuments to slaveholders and perpetrators of genocide are often accused of “erasing the past.” But their actions are bringing closer scrutiny on the figures these monuments celebrate — allowing history to be retold from the viewpoint of their victims.