Why veer into complex academic discussions like Critical Race Theory when addressing critical national issues? It seems ill-suited for broader discussions and doesn't directly contribute to solving key problems. While it may have its place in law schools, its content can often appear esoteric to the general public.
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Critical race theory (CRT) emerged from a series of workshops in 1989, drawing on intellectual roots dating back to the 1960s. However, in the context of broader social transformation, focusing on simple frameworks and discussions is easier.
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