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President Trump Orders End To Fed Funding Of Racial Sensitivity Trainings
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Critical race theory helps contextualize how systemic racism affects us. Trump and his party perpetuate systemic racism, but pretend that it doesn’t exist. Of course he wants “sightings” of CRT reported. This is white supremacy trying to cover its tracks. https://t.co/3rYsjb1xAM— Jamil Smith (@JamilSmith) September 5, 2020
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This morning Trump spent an hour retweeting over 10 White men, who praised him for cutting funding for programs which examine and teach Critical Race Theory and the idea of "White Privilege".— Mrs. Krassenstein (@HKrassenstein) September 5, 2020
He doesn't think it exists, because he's White, privileged & RACIST#TrumpIsALoser
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Critical Race Theory examines society/culture as it relates to race, law, and power to attempt to understand how victims of systemic racism are affected and are able to represent themselves to counter prejudice.— Amee Vanderpool (@girlsreallyrule) September 5, 2020
It was not a fluke that he just used "extinguish." https://t.co/vL00KaZYBC
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The president posted 19 tweets or retweets about “critical race theory” before 10 am DC time this morning. #HavingANormalOne— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 5, 2020
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Yet another very important difference between @realDonaldTrump and #BeijingBiden. Thank you mr president for understanding the destructive power of Critical Race Theory. It is another poison ☠️ from— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) September 5, 2020
the demonic mind of Karl Marx. Schools next? https://t.co/1jx7kA0PzP
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What is Critical Race Theory?— drwatson (@terrinwatson) September 5, 2020
CRT is a tool used to expose the impact of racism. CRT acknowledges the permanence of racism and insists that we always fight against it. CRT was born in the mind of the civil rights activist, legal scholar, and professor, Derrick Bell (1930 – 2011).
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This week's Friday night massacre involves critical race theory and anti-racism trainings. Trump says it's time to "cease and desist..these divisive, anti-American propaganda."— Kristen Clarke (@KristenClarkeJD) September 5, 2020
We fail as a nation when we choose to BAN discussions about ongoing racism and violent white supremacy pic.twitter.com/cyiDNJdxKU
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I know it’s not the point (racism is the point of course) but these people really have zero idea what Critical Race Theory is...of all the work on race I’m mildly curious as to how they got there.— Imani Perry (@imaniperry) September 5, 2020
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Last month, I asked for an investigation of taxpayer funding of “critical race theory” in federal agencies - last night, @realDonaldTrump ended it across the government. This divisive, Marxist-inspired nonsense shouldn’t receive a single taxpayer dime https://t.co/3DcUuuE5Y5— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) September 5, 2020
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On Tuesday, I called on the President to abolish critical race theory in the federal government. Tonight, he delivered.— Christopher F. Rufo ⚔️ (@realchrisrufo) September 5, 2020
This executive action is the first successful counterattack against critical race theory in American history.
Tonight, we celebrate; tomorrow, back to war.⚔️ https://t.co/W11n933geR
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A Twitter search on “critical race theory” shows thousands of racists coming out of the woodwork and swarming like cockroaches.— Vote Blue in 2022 (@jwhoopes2) September 5, 2020
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The Trump regime, with help from rightwing think-tanks, just opened a new front in its war to perpetuate white supremacy, attempting to eliminate critical race theory wherever they can...essentially making it "un-American" to acknowledge systemic racism. https://t.co/IWRoaxJ40x— Spek (@spekulation) September 5, 2020
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Of course the Racist in Chief ordered a ban on federal agencies conducting training on "critical race theory," & "white privilege.” They’d have to devote at least 5 chapters to Trump alone.— Bleeding Heart Liberal Marine (@BleedingMarine) September 5, 2020
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Man. Did you see Trump calling on people to report any suspected uses of CRT or teaching on “white privilege”? Insofar as I he’s calling on citizens to hunt for unpatriotic ideas and report them to the feds, there’s some kind of parallel here, even if you have criticisms of crt.— 𝐎. 𝐀𝐥𝐚𝐧 𝐍𝐨𝐛𝐥𝐞 (@TheAlanNoble) September 5, 2020
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Trump says that diversity and racial sensitivity training angers and divide Americans with the acknowledgement that white privilege exists. The only Americans whom the acknowledgement and dismantlement of white privilege would anger and divide is white americans.— Joseph L. Wilson (@JosephLWilson) September 5, 2020
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Trump to eliminate antiracism training—featuring “critical race theory” & discussions of “white privilege,” comes amid a nationwide reckoning on racial injustice.— Jennifer Linn (@JenniferLinn17) September 5, 2020
We have a WHITE SUPREMACIST as President of the United States. https://t.co/vlI4Tn65eD
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I wonder how many people who are currently thrilled about @realDonaldTrump defunding courses including “critical race theory” or the term “white privilege” ever actually took one of those courses. My guess is, not many at all. The answer to unrest is not less critical thought.— Zatanna Zor-Elle (@ZatannaZorElle) September 5, 2020