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Thread: Banning Critical Race Theory

  1. #681
    Quote Originally Posted by TenaciousKory View Post
    i'm really only here for FRANKFORT SCHOOL talk
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frankfort_School
    I love mankind...it’s people I can’t stand!!

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    god i love the FRANKFORT SCHOOL
    semi-aquatic like otters be.

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    I never knew about the Snodgrass connection.
    I love mankind...it’s people I can’t stand!!

  4. #684
    Quote Originally Posted by Strickland33 View Post
    he also doesn't seem to understand that higher education systems and secondary education systems are both public, but actually very different types of educational institutions

    it's almost like these dudes aren't interested in debating the issues here, you guys!
    You didn't say you were in higher education in your post. Instead, you responded, in a discussion where people were claiming that CRT was not being taught in secondary schools, stating that you taught CRT in a public school system. I would hope you can see what led to the confusion.

  5. #685
    Quote Originally Posted by Strickland33 View Post
    Anyway, now that we have agreed that CRT is a legal theory: what do you think about its challenges to legal concepts of "discrimination," "disparate impact" and "property?"
    I first heard of CRT in a class on the history of American legal thought when I was in law school over 20 years ago. I read a few CRT law review articles, a few articles rebutting those articles (including Posner's critique), we spent a few days talking about it, and I haven't engaged with it since. If I ever knew, I have forgotten CRT's challenges to the concepts of "discrimination," "disparate impact," and "property." If you tell me what those challenges are, I will be happy to tell you what I think of them.

  6. #686
    I'm sure it will be no surprise to anyone, but Fox News has apparently been interviewing GOP/right-wing activists and party workers and passing them off as everyday parents and educators who are "concerned" about the teaching of CRT in public schools.

    "Almost a dozen guests the network has talked to about their opposition to teaching "critical race theory" in schools "also have day jobs as Republican strategists, conservative think-tankers, or right-wing media personalities," the progressive watchdog Media Matters for America reported Thursday. Fox reportedly either downplayed or ignored this fact during several segments...The Media Matters report criticized Fox for this presentation of its guests, writing that while Republican strategists "have every right to advocate for their children and their communities," the network also has "a responsibility to inform its viewers about exactly who it's talking to."

    Link: https://www.yahoo.com/news/fox-news-...173138069.html

  7. #687
    Quote Originally Posted by WakeBored View Post
    I first heard of CRT in a class on the history of American legal thought when I was in law school over 20 years ago. I read a few CRT law review articles, a few articles rebutting those articles (including Posner's critique), we spent a few days talking about it, and I haven't engaged with it since. If I ever knew, I have forgotten CRT's challenges to the concepts of "discrimination," "disparate impact," and "property." If you tell me what those challenges are, I will be happy to tell you what I think of them.
    By “property” are you talking about the concept of “whiteness” as a property interest?

  8. #688
    Quote Originally Posted by WakeBored View Post
    I first heard of CRT in a class on the history of American legal thought when I was in law school over 20 years ago. I read a few CRT law review articles, a few articles rebutting those articles (including Posner's critique), we spent a few days talking about it, and I haven't engaged with it since. If I ever knew, I have forgotten CRT's challenges to the concepts of "discrimination," "disparate impact," and "property." If you tell me what those challenges are, I will be happy to tell you what I think of them.
    sweet
    semi-aquatic like otters be.

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