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We don’t need CRT, but we need to think critically about race

With conservative politicians governing the nation, it's important for our youth to think critically about racial issues prevalent in our society, writes...

UNTIL VERY RECENTLY, the vast majority of Australians, on both the Left and Right, had never heard of Critical Race Theory (CRT).

  • John Quiggin
  • IA

A few days ago, however, following the lead of several Republican legislatures in the U.S., the Senate adopted a motion proposed by Pauline Hanson calling for the Government to reject CRT from the national education…

The vote on Hanson is reminiscent of an earlier occasion when she proposed a motion supporting the neo-Nazi slogan “it’s okay to be White”.

The LNP lined up to vote for it, then…

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