While it’s true that constructing a digital archive will help to preserve the memory of James Farmer, it won’t necessarily get any significant amount of the population to recognize and appreciate his contributions to the civil rights movement.
What are some ways we could inform and engage the general public about his existence and various contributions?
I feel that the key to truly absorbing information and understanding it is to be exposed to it at an early age. Therefore, if we want James Farmer to be remembered, we must expose the coming generations to him at an early age. Therefore, James Farmer should be incorporated into the cirriculum of all Virginia elementary schools.
This of course begs the question, “How would we get the school system to include James Farmer in the cirriculum?” The answer: include questions about him on the SOL test.
How would one go about getting something put on the SOL test?
Who decides what is put on the SOL test?
Why is it necessary to include James Farmer in the education of all young Virginians?
In order for James Farmer to be remembered, each of these questions must be resolved.
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