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critical race theory



  • College Faculty: After K-12, Curriculum Laws are Coming For You

    by James Grossman and Jeremy C. Young

    State colleges involved with concurrent enrollment programs that allow high school students to take classes for credit are already susceptible to laws purporting to fight "indoctrination" in the secondary school curriculum. More intrusions on academic freedom are coming. 



  • Marvin Dunn: Florida Prof Defies New Laws to "Teach the Truth"

    The Professor Emeritus at Florida International University says that he can't teach about the history of racist terrorism in the state without registering disgust for the actions of lynch mobs or offering clarity about the political purposes of the violence. 



  • Critical Race Theory? Critical Race Facts

    by Donald Earl Collins

    Attacks on CRT and other scholarly investigations of inequality are premised on the idea that systemic inequality is fake. The evidence is in, and this is indefensible as a question of fact. 



  • Ilya Shapiro and Chris Rufo Urge State Legislators to Force Colleges to Change

    by Ilya Shapiro and Christopher Rufo

    Two prominent critics of "wokeness" and "critical race theory" in higher education lay out their suggestions for how state legislators can enact the changes they want to see in public colleges and universities—outside of changes to the curriculum. 


  • Why CRT Belongs in the Classroom, and How to Do It Right

    by Stacie Brensilver Berman, Robert Cohen, and Ryan Mills

    "If classroom realities matter at all to those governors and state legislators who imposed CRT bans on schools, they ought to be embarrassed at having barred students in their states from the kind of thought provoking teaching we witnessed in this project."



  • Florida Man Calls the Thought Police

    by Victor Ray

    "Another word for believing in systemic inequality is 'reality.' Few legitimate social scientists claim otherwise, as an overwhelming body of evidence supports structural accounts of racism." By suppressing this reality, DeSantis reaches back to the McCarthy era's suppression of thinking about racism.



  • DeSantis's New College Coup Will Fail

    by Adam Laats

    Transforming colleges along ideological lines is much more difficult than amassing political power or appointing allies to governing boards. Conservatives are able to operate successful and ideologically friendly institutions when they accept that they will be occupy a niche, not change the ecosystem.