Accolades are continuing to roll in for Mary Grabar, Resident Fellow, The Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization (AHI).  Dr. Grabar “crossed swords with 1619 Project creator Nikole Hannah-Jones so many times,” observed Casey Chalk in a review for the New York Post, “that Hannah-Jones blocked her on Twitter.”

Mary Grabar, AHI Resident Fellow

Mr. Chalk, a freelance journalist, published “Debunking the Grievance Industry in Our Schools” in the November 21 issue of The Spectator and in slightly revised form in the Post article. He pointed out that Critical Race Theory (CRT) is being taught in public and private schools “across the country,” despite teachers’ and their media allies’ denials.  He applauds Dr. Grabar for having written a “need[ed] guide to effectively respond to these anti-racist curricula.”  In her Debunking the 1619 Project: Exposing the Plan to Divide America (2021), Chalk lauds her for exposing Hannah Nikole-Jones, , the architect of The 1619 Project, for its “divisive aims and its dishonest methods, its sweeping historical misjudgments and its blatant errors of fact.”

Dr. Grabar is also cited in The College Fix, a leading journal that monitors campus shenanigans.  It notes that “Howard University’s law school hosted a ‘1619 Project Read-Along’” with Hannah-Jones.  Dr. Grabar assails Hannah-Jones’s assertion that the American Revolution was fought to preserve slavery.