Critical Race Theory’s Days are Numbered

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The 1776 project PAC  has launched its campaign to eradicate critical race theory and the troubling 1619 Project from schools in America. The group aims to do this by focusing on elections held by local school boards. The PAC will ultimately focus on both pride in the country’s history and patriotism. 

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The PACs website has detailed how there is a new troubling trend developing in America where schools in all 50 states have adopted critical race theory and parts of the destructive 1619 Project as part of their curriculum.


Public schools in and around the United States are pushing hard this destructive theory against the unsuspecting students. Those protesting BLM and the death of George Floyd are already supporters of the Critical Race theory.

What is Critical Race Theory?

Critical race theory began in the early 1970s with the teachings of Derrick Bell. He was the very first black civil rights lawyer and also first black Harvard Law School teacher. Critical race theory orbits around five major principles, pertaining to social and economic justice while focusing on and considering race and so-called institutionalized racism.


President Trump said it is a Marxist doctrine that criticizes young children for being complicit in oppression while hence endorsing the complete dismantling of society. Trump launched a program called 1776 that taught children the importance of American history and freedom.

It’s Time to Fight Back

Ryan Girdusky, the founder of this PAC, says that the time has arrived for conservatives to treat the public school curriculum with the levels of seriousness they’ve treated school choice. He added that as long as the majority of American children are educated in public schools, we cannot lose to critical race theory.

What are the dangers of critical race theory?

Critical race theory points out that racism is present in every aspect of life; this includes every single relationship, every community, every interaction, and also in the workplace.

Critical race theory supporters look for it everywhere; those who favor critical race theory support re-addressing the wrongs of the past but also criticize the involvement of white people. These advocates believes that if white people are involved in this process, it will mean they have a say and thus construct the new system to benefit themselves.

Critical race theory seeks to dismantle free society. They wish to see a system with greater state control where the individual is no longer in existence and only specific groups (Black, white, LGBT) exist. All other systems that are supportive of inclusivity are each forms of racism and must be gotten rid of.

According to critical race theory, science, reason, and evidence are merely tools of white people. Storytelling and lived experience, on the other hand, are viewed as black alternatives. According to the theory, modern science was greatly produced by white men or western culture; as a result, it must be seen as a tool of white dominance.