The destructive force of Critical Race Theory

Published: August 15, 2022

Critical Race Theory (CRT) is a destructive force that should have no place in our children’s schools or workplaces. CRT is based on the false premise that racism is embedded in every aspect of our societies and that white people are automatically privileged over people of color. This hateful theory does nothing but sow division and hatred, and it should be rejected by everyone who believes in equal value for all people.

What is Critical Race Theory CRT?

Critical Race Theory (CRT) is a theoretical framework that examines the ways in which racism is embedded in our societies and institutions. It was developed in the 1980s by a group of scholars and lawyers who were interested in understanding how racism continues to play a role in the lives of people of color. CRT is based on the idea that racism is entrenched in every aspect of our societies and that white people are automatically privileged over people of color.

While CRT has been around for a few decades, it has only recently gained traction in mainstream society. This is largely due to the rise of Black Lives Matter (BLM) and other movements that have brought racism to the forefront of public discourse. Unfortunately, CRT is often used as a tool to sow division and hatred, and it should be rejected by everyone who believes in equal value for all people.

The false premise of CRT

CRT is based on the false premise that racism is embedded in every aspect of our societies and that white people are automatically privileged over people of color. This theory does nothing but sow division and hatred, and it should be rejected by everyone who believes in equal value for all people. We need to come together as a society and reject this hateful theory. Only then can we begin to heal the divisions that it has created.

How CRT destroys communities

When racism is taught in our schools and workplaces under the guise of Critical Race Theory, it creates an environment where hate can thrive. By teaching students and employees that racism is entrenched in every aspect of our societies, we are setting them up for failure. They will never be able to work together harmoniously if they believe that one race is inherently superior to another race.

We need to come together as a community and reject Critical Race Theory. Only then can we hope to build a society where everyone is treated with respect and dignity.

How to fight against CRT

There are many ways that we can fight against Critical Race Theory.

  1. We can begin by speaking out against it. We need to let our lawmakers and educators know that we do not support this hateful theory. We can also boycott schools and workplaces that promote CRT.
  2. We can support organizations that are fighting against racism. There are many organizations out there that are doing great work, and we should do our best to support them.
  3. We can educate ourselves about racism and how it affects our lives. We need to understand the history of racism in America and how it still plays a role in our society today. Only by educating ourselves can we hope to end racism once and for all.
  4. We can try to engage in open and honest dialogue with people who may not agree with us. We need to be willing to listen to their perspectives and share our own perspectives in a respectful way. Only by engaging in dialogue can we hope to find common ground and build a more united society.

Racism is entrenched in every aspect of our societies, and white people are automatically privileged over people of color. This hateful theory does nothing but sow division and hatred, and it should be rejected by everyone who believes in equal value for all people.

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