by Peniel Joseph
Students, teens and younger have been part of the anatomy of social justice movements since the end of World War II, most notably the civil rights movement of the 1960s.
SOURCE: History channel
This Isn’t the First Time Conspiracy Theorists Have Accused Student Activists of Being ‘Paid Actors’
Raymond Arsenault, a civil rights historian and author of Freedom Riders, says that in 1960, white supremacists started to lean into this technique of discrediting student activists by linking their actions to Northern interference.
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