Mainstream media outlets have assured their viewers time and time again that Critical Race Theory (CRT) is not taught in public schools. MSNBC host Joy Reid insists it’s merely “anything that makes a white parent uncomfortable.” Another host, Nicole Wallace, went so far as to say, “There is no Critical Race Theory.” These pundits have attempted to convince people that CRT in schools is a “racist dogwhistle” or a “coded boogeyman.”
There’s only one problem: It’s not true.
Critical Race Theory does exist.
The architects of CRT — people like Kimberlé Crenshaw and Richard Delgado — would be very distressed to learn that their theory does not, in fact, exist. CRT has been taught in schools like Harvard Law for many years, though it has increasingly filtered its way down to K-12 schools.
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