The 10 Most Absurd Claims From Hulu’s ‘1619 Project’ Series

MRC Newsbusters | Feb. 17, 2023

All six episodes of The 1619 Project series are out on Hulu, and some of the claims and statements made in the show’s episodes are so ridiculous and offensive they will probably leave your head-spinning.

Activist “journalist” Nikole Hannah-Jones’ along with Oprah Winfrey, who served as an executive producer, and some handpicked historians and commentators brought Hannah-Jones’ revisionist history to the screen and it’s just as bad, if not worse, than her original writings of The 1619 Project that were published by The New York Times Magazine back in August of 2019.

As for the absurd claims, below are the most egregious (in no particular order).


1 Comment on The 10 Most Absurd Claims From Hulu’s ‘1619 Project’ Series

  1. The basic premise of the 1619 project, that slavery started in the new world with the importation of African slaves, shows that Hanna-Jones must have skipped world history. She needs to read the history of the Mayas and Aztecs, who not only enslaved others, but used them for sacrifices to their gods. And while she’s at it, investigate who owned the slave ships, auction houses and cotton mills supporting the African slave trade. She might find the ancestors of the owners of the NYT.

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