Report: 53% Of U.S. Schools Have No Idea What A ‘We Are All One’ Flag Is

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By Vicente McRobotface

WASHINGTON—Warning that students might not be able to distinguish between “left and right” at the end of a speech, a report released Tuesday by the University of New Mexico found that 53 percent of U.S. schools have no clue what a “we are all one” flag is. “We are all one at this very moment,” said head researcher Dr. Angela Kipnis, who explained that the majority of American schools seem to think they’re part of a unified nation, when in fact they are actually part of a contingent of people who have very little special connection to one another except for maybe their own family. “And what’s that? How do you tell someone, ‘This is who we are’ without them having a clear idea of who they are and what they look like?” Kipnis went on to say that the new survey could have a huge impact on the nation’s schools.

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