Asian-American civil rights group blasts critical race theory as ‘hateful, divisive fraud' in fiery letter
Added 02-24-21 08:37:03pm EST - “The New York chapter of the oldest US Asian-American civil rights group has denounced critical race theory as actual racism and urged its members to "resist," as the Biden administration seeks to mandate CRT-based "equity."” - Rt.com
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CRT “is a hateful, divisive, manipulative fraud,” the Chinese American Citizens Alliance (CACA) of Greater New York said in a statement on Tuesday. It is “racist, repressive, discriminatory, and divisive” from its very roots, while posing as sensitivity training, anti-racism and diversity, equity and inclusion.
The group described CRT as “heavily influenced by such hate promoters as Marx, Lenin, Gramsci, Schmitt, Marcuse, Foucault and Freire, but with race struggle replacing class struggle.”
CACA called out CRT “infiltration” of schools through things such as the “ethnomathematics” project in Seattle, Washington as well as the New York Times’ Pulitzer-prize-winning ‘1619 Project.’
A significant portion of the statement deals with education, where Asian-Americans say they face discrimination for not being considered “diverse” but “white adjacent” instead.
Pointing out that CRT reduces everything to skin color, CACA argues it will inevitably collide with immigrants to the US, who arrive “with little more than their human capital” and are “grateful to be here, work hard and educate their children hard, and believe in the American dream under the Constitutional guarantee of equal rights.”
The oldest Chinese-American association has announced a revolt against critical race theory. Many fled the Cultural Revolution in their home country—and they're not going to fall victim to the New Cultural Revolution in this country. Welcome to the fight, friends. Swords up! ⚔️ pic.twitter.com/JFxUeAVNPG— Christopher F. Rufo ⚔️ (@realchrisrufo) February 24, 2021
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