While we acknowledge public schools have become the beachhead for Critical Race Theory and other related critical theories, it isn't stopping there. We have personally witnessed the activism in our workplaces within the private sector. It's coming up in homes around the dinner table and in online conversations. It's also happening on Facebook and other social media sites.
How will you respond when a supervisor asks you to acknowledge your white privilege or to speak on behalf of your race so others can learn from your livid experience?
Again this may seem far fetched, but we have already heard far too many stories of relationships and friendships that have been ruined, all thanks to critical theory.
Now that you have learned a bit more about what critical theory is and what the two extreme views are that are generally presented, you should be able to easily identify when it comes up at work, in the news, and in your local politics.
Reach out to your local state senator and representative to let them know how you feel. Contact your governor and any relevant department leaders as well! Be the voice of reason to balance out the radical extremes!
Have you checked out our 'Other Resources' page? That's a great place to start. And please do share our site with others who you feel might benefit it. Thank you!