“The new religion might be called ‘antiracism,’ but it features a racial essentialism that’s barely distinguishable from racist arguments of the past,” the book excerpt states.
The controversy roiling Bravo’s ‘Real Housewives of Dallas’ reflects two of our country’s broader conflicts.
The state of Oregon is paying Nikole Hannah-Jones of The New York Times’s “1619 Project” is set to lecture teachers and students on systemic racism.
A federal grand jury just indicted the other three officers present at George Floyd’s arrest. Why is the Justice Department involving itself in this local police matter?
If part of ‘doing the work’ to ‘dismantle systemic racism’ is to endure discomfort, how does that apply to teaching ‘antiracism’ to small children?
Students at Cornell defended the university’s pursuit of a segregated rock climbing course this week in the name of anti-racism.
That the U.S. justice system punished Derek Chauvin shows both the promise of America and the hollowness of critical race theory.
Communist China can repurpose its anti-American propaganda budget for other pursuits with a presidential administration like this running its top competitor.
Although its participants may not know it, our ruling class is speaking in Ibram X. Kendi’s tongue, and realizing his ‘antiracist’ vision.
Before the Southern Poverty Law Center chose to hide this information, black nationalist groups on its hate-group list had been growing four-fold since 2000.
Trees are racist. Hiking is racist. Your cereal box is racist. Your depictions of Santa Claus and Jesus are racist. Claiming otherwise is also racist.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston plans to implement “preferential care based on race” in a plan outlined by two Harvard University doctors.
New York Times “1619 Project” writer Nikole Hannah-Jones earned $25,000 to lecture students at The University Of Oregon on systemic racism and other topics.
The rise of critical race theory is alarming and dangerous, but all isn’t lost. Americans have never taken to being told what to think.
The New York Times’ “1619 Project” will receive a major platform as Hulu sheds a spotlight on an ahistorical and flawed report on “systemic racism.”
Naperville School District 203 paid a diversity consultant, Dena Nicole Simmons, $10,500 for a 60-minute Zoom ‘keynote’ address last month – at a rate of $175 per minute.
Adm. Michael Gilday has refused to pull anti-white books from the U.S. Navy reading list, reports Fox News, despite pressure from House Republicans.
A wealthy school district in Naperville, Illinois once more backs its systemic racism and equity training institute, while forcing educators to read neoracist works.
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