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Was I Taught ‘CRT’ as a High School Freshman?

A positive lesson in color-consciousness from one of my high school teachers…it’s stuck with me for more than two decades!

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Within our society’s educational discourse, there seems to be a lack of consensus as to what exactly Critical Race Theory (CRT) actually is…or, on the flip side, what it isn’t.




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Anthony Eichberger

Anthony Eichberger

Gay. Millennial. Pagan/Polytheist. Disabled. Rural-Born. Politically-Independent. Fashion-Challenged. Rational Egoist. Survivor. #AgriWarrior (Deal With It!)

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