CRT is an analytical approach that brings a specific set of tools to the inquiry to why things are the way they are.
It has an agenda to be clear:

  1. First CRT wants to investigate and interrogate.
  2. Second, to explain and expose.
  3. Thirdly to advocate for change and transformation in the lived realities of those impacted by the greater systems that we are a part of.

Somehow the little corner of the academic world that I call home has become a hot topic and a national debate.

I employ Critical Race Theory (CRT) and specifically focus on Critical Whiteness Studies (CWS) as they relate to theology and culture.

In the past months I have talked about the beauty of, the upside of , and the concerns about Critical Theory and Critical Race Theory.

Here is a (growing) list of those posts:

Fear of Critical Race

Concerns About Critical Theory

The Upside of Critical Theory

The Beauty of Critical Theory

Naming Whiteness

Critical Theory Is Our Salvation (from bad religion)

Evangelicals can not do Critical Theory

Follow Up To Evangelicals & Critical Theory

Responses to Evangelicals & Race

Cultural Marxism is a Boogie Man

and most importantly: The Whiteness Workshop