“Critical race theory didn’t make Black people critical of white supremacy, racism did. Our ability to create theories and write books — on critical theory or any subject — is a reflection of our rising power in this country. Critical race theorists reflect the analytic reasoning of the enslaved, those subjected to housing and employment discrimination, and basically any person who can see how inequitably privileges and burdens are distributed in the country.”

— Andre Perry, Brookings Institution

It’s fair to say that racism exists in the United States — as a byproduct of slavery, the free system of labor…

B.C. Daniels, Ph.D.

B.C. Daniels is a CEO Action for Racial Equity fellow. He earned his doctorate degree from Regent University and two master’s degrees from Webster University.

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