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Mon, 11/01/2021 - 6:00pm to 6:30pm
Critical Race Theory: Don't get it twisted. It's not the modern-day Boogie Man as cited by the uninformed.

Join hosts Tina Turner-Morfitt and Dr. Audrey Terrell for the Oregon  Coalition of Black Trade Unionists segment of Labor Radio. Our guest is Brother Sherman Henry, a Program Manager at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia. Brother Henry previously worked with the University of Oregon in their LERC program. The core of  his work touched upon Critical Race Theory.  To the uninformed,  it is wielded as the 21st  Century  Boogie Man set on the destruction of democracy, when in actually it provides a breakdown and examination  of  patterns of discrimination present in today’s society.  One of the primary goals of Critical Race Theory  aims  to help graduate students of color identify and critique the causes of social inequality in their own lives. Critical Race Theory is not a K-12 class curriculum, as some might have you believe. 

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