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Critical Race Theory


Hank Willis Thomas. I am. Amen., 2009. Ulrich Museum of Art Collection, Wichita State University, 2009. 


...CRT as a conceptual construct, and methodology, is about critically examining the structures and systems that maintain White Supremacy's chokehold on our society. It is about how we reconstruct our laws, our policies, and our systems so that change can happen at a broader, deeper level instead of at an individual level.

-- Sofia Y. Leung and Jorge R. López-McKnight on Critical Race Theory 
in Knowledge Justice: Disrupting Library and Information Studies through Critical Race Theory (2021), pg. 7
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Critical Race Theory (1970 - present) by Purdue University, Online Writing Lab (OWL) 

Open-source Reading Lists by Racial Equity Tools 
On Critical Race Theory, Anti-racism, Racial Identity Development Theory, Targeted Universalism, and Racial Capitalism 

Critical Race Theory Resources by Yale Law School 

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