Critical Race Theory

These ploys are designed with a single purpose: to stifle racial justice initiatives and LGBTQ+ equality while mobilizing a demoralized Republican base still reeling from the 2020 election.

A champion of equity in education, Lindsay Love planned to attend a conference for school board members in urban districts. But conservatives tried to twist the purpose of the conference claiming it proved the district supported critical race theory.

During a CNN interview with Anderson Cooper, former President Barack Obama called out right-wing media outlets that misinform and fan the flames of discord. He cited critical race theory controversy as a prime example.

Board members have decided to ignore history by passing a resolution that falsely affirms slavery and racism were exceptions and inconsistent with American values.

Ahead of an event marking the 100 years since the Tulsa race massacre, the group tasked with planning the centennial removed Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt from its committee.

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt signed House Bill 1775, which relies on a distorted framing of Critical Race Theory to prevent teaching in higher education institutions about race or sex as being inherently superior traits.

Republicans like Tennessee State Rep. Justin Lafferty, who incorrectly claimed the Three-Fifths Compromise was enacted to ensure slavery didn’t spread, continue to make a mockery of history.

Republican Louisiana State Rep. Ray Garofalo Jr. went viral for citing "the good" of slavery while discussing his proposed bill that would ban teaching critical race theory in schools and colleges.

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. SEE ALSO: GOP Presidential Nominee Is A Two Man Race Romney: I’ll Rid […]