Overview of CRT

Critical Race Theory (CRT) is creeping into institutions, such as schools, universities, military and government, in Canada.

This video by American activist Christopher Ruso, gives an overview of the origins of CRT and it’s destructive nature.

In Ontario, Bill 67 Racial Equity in the Education System Act, 2021 has been raised which is designed to implement CRT in schools, colleges and universities. This must be stopped. Read more.

Critical Race Theory in Canada

Critical race theory is in Canada – and here’s what’s wrong with it

What do you call someone who says we should judge people based on their skin colour and that we should devise laws and rules that treat people differently based on their race? We used to call these people “racists.” But in 2021, they call themselves “anti-racists” and if you disagree with them, then they call you a racist. Read More.

Critical Race Theory In Canadian Schools

Many Canadians believe critical race theory isn’t prevalent in Canada. They’re convinced critical race theory is just an American issue. But they’re wrong. Critical race theory is just as prevalent in Canada as it is in America. Actually, it’s probably more acceptable in Canada than it is in America. Read More.

Ontario school board to implement radical “critical race theory”

Ontario’s Upper Grand District School Board is the latest public organization to dub themselves “systematically racist” and move forward with concerning, and at times hypocritical, “anti-racism” training. Read More.

American Resources

Primer: Social Emotional Learning – the Delivery Mechanism for Critical Race Theory

A complex web of associated concepts and ideas are taught to weave together a two-track process: First, to convince students, parents, and teachers of many problems that simply are not so, and second, to push social changes that must be advanced in society to correct those perceived problems. This document shows how all of these ideas are related, which makes CRT easier to spot. Read More.

Critical Race Theory Claims and Responses

Practitioners of “woke” orthodoxy are trying to keep Critical Race Theory (CRT) in K-12 public schools by dismissing opposition to it as a contrived “moral panic” rooted in either ignorance or subconscious white supremacy. They cannot defend CRT on substance, so instead their goal is to try to shame, intimidate, and dismiss concerned parents and citizens who dare to speak up. In the below Claim & Response, we will examine the arguments made by CRT proponents and outline the best responses to equip parents to take on this radical ideology. Read More.

Primer: Critical Race Theory in the US Military

CRT has spread far beyond college campuses, reaching deep into nearly all facets of American society. The U.S. military and Department of Defense (DOD) are no exception. Some recent examples of CRT’s advance within the ranks of the service branches. Read More.

Top 10 Worst Examples

UCLA law professor and renowned critical race theorist Cheryl Harris advocates for suspending private property rights, ultimately seizing and redistributing land and wealth according to race. Read More.

Glossary of CRT-Related Terms

A complex web of associated concepts and ideas are taught to weave together a two-track process: First, to convince students, parents, and teachers of many problems that simply are not so, and second, to push social changes that must be advanced in society to correct those perceived problems. This document shows how all of these ideas are related, which makes CRT easier to spot. Read More.

Essential Critical Race Theory Reading List

CRT Theorist Reading List:/CRT Critics Reading List/Popular Books that Use CRT Principles and Ideas: Read More.

Primer: Ending State-Sanctioned Racism

Critical Race Theory (CRT) is a theory espousing that all of society is racialized and properly viewed through a prism of identity groups based on race and color, with minorities being the oppressed while white people serve as the oppressor. In this ideology’s framing, all of society’s ills are ultimately caused by white people and the various “systems” that CRT adherents associate with “white culture.” This includes Christianity, capitalism, traditional marriage, rule of law and traditional family structures. Read More.