Id agree.That's true, but that's not what's going to happen. Kids will be taught some or all of those things, it's just not an explicit reading list. There is an obvious flip side to striking through that reading list in that the schools and teachers have more flexibility to use other events in their curriculum. I'm sure you don't believe "this is your reading list, here's a half dozen things about civil rights, the end" has lead to well informed students over the years. Nothing against Rosa Parks and MLK, but explicitly teaching about the same 20 line items in every civics or American history course through a 12 year education isn't really that great.
I really dont like how school history seems to distill people into a couple of lines. Or pretends that one or two people make a didifference. Or that the civil rights movement somehow popped out of thin air instead of it being a continual thing since the Civil War
Eg. Rosa Parks and MLK were only a very small part of the movement. Stop trying to reduce it down to one person. MLK did lots of things over about a decade. Maybe teach something other than one speech. Maybe talk about the double V movements of WW1 and 2 instead of just focusing on the 60s.
See also: Founding Fathers which usually gets reduced to the presidents and Hamilton like nobody else really did anything.
I know it's school stuff but repeating the same lines isn't teaching much