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What is Critical Race Theory?

What is Critical Race Theory? Consider DiAngelo “White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism” writes, “I strive to be ‘less white.'” Consider in, “How to be an anti-racist,” Kendi asserts that anyone who thinks they’re not racist, is in fact, racist.

“One either allows racial inequities to persevere, as a racist, or confronts racial inequities, as an antiracist. There is no in-between safe space of “not racist.”

The claim of “not racist” neutrality is a mask for racism.”

Consider Slater, a “White anti-racist scholar” at the University of New Hampshire, “I am white. White people can never be anything but oppressors. Being complicit with racism is something that we as white people just are. I will work on my anti-racism my whole life, but will continually fail. I will never get to a space where I am good enough.”

These CRT idiots are so immersed in (and profiting from) their own anti-intellectual tautology that they can’t conceive of racial disparities being caused by anything but white racism. As though the social sciences and public policy analysis does not exist, they make no attempt to educate themselves. CRT practices group bullying anyone who disagrees with their scientifically illiterate assertions.

Booker T. Washington warned of such people within the Black community in his 1911 book “My Larger Education.” He described them as “problem profiteers,” Sign No Left Turn in Education on FB. Keep this racist garbage out of our schools.

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