Sunday on MSNBC’s The Mehdi Hasan Show, Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw, a co-founder of the racist Critical Race Theory (CRT) being disseminated among impressionable students from pre-K through grad school all across the country, expressed her belief that young Americans need to “understand the ground upon which we stand is ground that’s soaked in blood of theft.”
Crenshaw, executive director for the African American Policy Forum, described the concept as “a way of looking at the world that we have inherited after a legacy of segregation, of slavery, of Manifest Destiny, [and] of genocide.”
Calling it a link between “contemporary issues around racial inequality” and the “laws and policies that produce those very inequalities,” Crenshaw said, “it’s basically looking at the grounds upon which we stand, excavating those aspects of our history that have produced many of the problems that we still deal with.”
“So the point is that there are moments where our young people should learn our history. They should understand the ground upon which we stand is ground that’s soaked in blood of theft,” she added.
CRT isn’t about learning history. It is about being indoctrinated into a false, divisive, subversive, neo-Marxist, race-weaponized worldview as part of a broader agenda to destroy Western civilization and replace it with a collectivist dystopia. That is what our young people should be learning.