Exposing Critical Race Theory in Higher Education

Updated on February 13, 2021 in General Stuff
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You know, I’m probably safe in saying I’m not the stupidest person on the planet, but this shit just baffles me. Even when it’s laid out as nicely as this is.

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I think what’s going on is that the more equal we become, the harder the race hustlers have to strain to find some new race-based problem and to invent some new remedy. And some of them, I imagine, genuinely believe in systematic racism.   Maybe it does exist.  Certainly the kids who will be listening to this stuff in public schools will genuinely believe it, and who could blame them? In time, one will be required to justify his actions (and inaction, don’t forget, for silence = complicity in the Brave New World). More and more of us will simply retreat from national life. It will get interesting when people feel coerced into rejoining. 

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I see that the school that I am often posting insider anecdotes about made the list.

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Well, this syllabus form Stanford Law is kind of encouraging:

Critical Race Theory (7016): This course will consider one of the newest intellectual currents within American Legal Theory — Critical Race Theory. Emerging during the 1980s, critical race scholars made many controversial claims about law and legal education — among them that race and racial inequality suffused American law and society, that structural racial subordination remained endemic, and that both liberal and critical legal theories marginalized the voices of racial minorities. Course readings will be taken from both classic works of Critical Race Theory and newer interventions in the field, as well as scholarship criticizing or otherwise engaging with Critical Race Theory from outside or at the margins of the field.

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Michigan where I got my MBA seems to be the worst of universities I’ve attended. It apparently isn’t too bad in Michigan since there’s only about 6 schools on the list so far.

James Madison where my daughter went to school is talking about it.

Shenandoah, the local university, has a seminar on the schedule as of 2 days ago.

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Any pushback from any of the faculty will be seen as ….

Racist.

And then follows a rally to expel the dissenting professor. And you’d better attend, comrade.

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