Critical Race Theory is Racist

Critical race theory, the intellectual framework steadily seeping from academia’s ivory towers into the national conversation, demands that we use race as a lens through which to examine every aspect of our society. It doesn’t matter what you as an individual have done or said. The only thing that’s important is which group you belong to—in other words, the color of your skin. That seems bad enough on its own, but it doesn’t stop there. Sam Martin, creative director at Free the People, dives deep into this bizarre new logic that is permeating our culture in a frightening way.

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Sam Martin

Sam Martin is the Creative Director at Free the People. Sam has over a decade of experience in cinematic storytelling, acting, and production. Sam directed Free the People’s How to Love Your Enemy, a full-length documentary about restorative justice. He also hosts three series at Free the People: Freedom Over Fear, Cult of Wokeness, and Liberty Beats.

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  • It would be interesting to ask a believer in critical race theory what things would they would consider racist, assuming that a person of color could be a racist.

    Simply ask them, for the sake of argument, what things would a person have to say or do to be considered a racist.

    Maybe it would be impossible to get beyond the brick wall that says that people of color can’t be racist, That’s a distinct possibility. Their indoctrination might make any such mental exercise impossible. But, it might be an interesting experiment.

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