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Critical Racial Theory definition Before Andrew Breitbart died several weeks ago, he was suppose to resurface a video of President Barack Obama as a young Harvard Law student supporting the late Derrick Bell, the school’s first black tenured professor and the father of Critical Race Theory.


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The video was suppose to depict Obama backing a supposedly anti-American and black rebel rousing Bell who is. Neither description is true, of course. But what the late Breitbart did do is mainstream a conversation about what Critical Race Theory actually is. Here is a video that explains what Derrick Bell’s teachings actually mean and where Obama fits within them. (Or doesn’t)

Critical Race Theory Explained [VIDEO]

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