How White People Can Support Each Other to take Antiracist Action

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The battle to outlaw race talk is everywhere. Anti-Critical Race Theory (CRT) laws have been passed or proposed in thirty states. Banned books include everything from The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison to The 1619 Project to—unfathomably—the children’s book Ruby Bridges Goes to School. Critical Race Theory, in reality, is not scary or bad—it’s just a theory that says, essentially, race matters and impacts our lives. (For more on the efforts to undermine CRT, see this report from UCLA on the current national campaign designed to sow conflict and confusion in local municipalities nationwide.)