My wife Chelsea returns to Truthspresso to talk with me about Critical Race Theory ("CRT").
We look at recent news articles about CRT infiltrating schools and making parents upset.
What is a "critical theory"? We see that it's unquestionably Marxism and Freudianism combined. It looks for two classes in history: oppressors and oppressed.
What is the goal of a critical theory? We notice that it's end goal is to impose Marxism as a solution to historical ills.
We check out the New York Times' "1619 Project" to see how it wants to define U.S. history in terms of CRT.
Next, we read parts of the "About" section of the Black Lives Matter ("BLM") website to see that the stated goals seem laudable. However, if words mean how BLM treats them, this mission can have dangerous effects and a never-ending pursuit.
We also listen to the viral video from Patrice Cullors, one of the three Black women co-founders of BLM where she said that they were "trained Marxists."
Finally, as CRT is infiltrating churches, we turn to the Scriptures to see how our Christian identity and unity is in Christ, not our ethnicity and history.
Dana Kennedy, "Inside the growing underground network of parents fighting ‘anti-racism’ in NYC schools," New York Post, April 24, 2021.
"Help Gabrielle & William Clark," Foundation Against Intolerance & Racism, Accessed May 2, 2021.
Good Hope (channel), "Black Lives Matter is Led by "Trained Marxists" (Patrice Cullors | Co-Founder)," YouTube, Accessed May 2, 2021.
Dave Breese. Seven Men Who Rule the World from the Grave. Chicago: Moody Publishers, 1992.
Kenneth Jones and Tema Okun, "White Supremacy Culture," Dismantling Racism: A Workbook for Social Change Groups, ChangeWork, 2001.
Brandon Clay and Frost Smith, "Critical Race Theory in the Church," Answers In Genesis, September 29, 2020.
1 Peter 5:5
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