1 Reply Latest reply on May 21, 2019 11:30 AM by Kelly Osborn

    Why did my question get rejected?


      Why? Huh?

        • Re: Why did my question get rejected?
          Kelly Osborn Tracker

          Hi Destiny,


          Thank you for your interest in History Hub! To paraphrase from our Comment and Posting Policy, this is a support community for history enthusiasts, researchers, citizen archivists, family historians, and archival professionals. We moderate questions and comments before they are posted because we believe that a well-managed community will be more valuable to all members.


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          Thank you for using History Hub, and thank you for caring about using primary sources for information. I heard an interesting podcast the other day that featured Bill Nye, who said that the most important thing for kids to develop in this era was their critical thinking skills and the ability to distinguish trustworthy information from false statements. I think there's a lot of truth to that.


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          History Hub Community Manager

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