Critical race theory (https://homosaurus.org/v3/homoit0001902)
|Critical race theory
- A multidiscplinary field of study and intellectual framework used by scholars and activists to examine the intersections of race, class, and law in the United States, as well as to challenge mainstream U.S. liberal approaches to racial justice. Key concepts of CRT include the argument that race is a social construct with no biological basis and that racism and disparate racial outcomes are the result of complex, changing, and often subtle social and institutional dynamics, rather than individuals' explicit and intentional prejudices.
Critical race theory
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