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Do Critics of CRT/Social Justice Misunderstand it?… Or do Political Ideologies Often Misrepresent Themselves?


This article covers many topics, but is primarily a response to recent articles decrying legal challenges to teaching CRT in public schools, and using it as a basis for policy. It is their contention that opponents of CRT simply don’t understand what they’re opposing, because they describe it differently…




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