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Critical Race Theory: On the New Ideology of Race

Ralph Richard Banks Jackson Eli Reynolds Professor of Law, Stanford Law School; Co-Founder & Faculty Director, Stanford Center for Racial Justice
Randall Kennedy Michael R. Klein Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
John H McWhorter Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University
Jason L. Riley Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute
Christopher F. Rufo Contributing Editor, City Journal
Wed, Dec 16, 2020 EVENTCAST

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Critical Race Theory: On the New Ideology of Race

Ralph Richard Banks Jackson Eli Reynolds Professor of Law, Stanford Law School; Co-Founder & Faculty Director, Stanford Center for Racial Justice
Randall Kennedy Michael R. Klein Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
John H McWhorter Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University
Jason L. Riley Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute Christopher F. Rufo Contributing Editor, City Journal EVENTCAST 01:00pm—02:45pm
Wednesday December 16
Wednesday December 16 2020
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Critical race theory, as both an analytical framework and a movement, is pulling hard at the strands of racism that are supposedly woven into the very fabric of America. For critical race theorists, injustices are ubiquitous, entrenched in every corner of American society.  

Books such as Ibram X. Kendi’s How to Be an Antiracist and Robin DiAngelo’s White Fragility became bestsellers over the summer, and their concepts are fast entering the American vernacular. But is critical race theory reality? 

Join Manhattan Institute senior fellow Jason Riley for this important discussion on critical race theory’s language, origins, and growing mainstream influence. 

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