(THE COLLEGE FIX) – One of the, er, beauties of things like Critical Race Theory is that it's sort of like quantum mechanics – things are never situated in precisely one spot, they're always in flux.
With CRT, anything related to race, power, oppression, etc. is pretty much what a person wants it to mean. That is, unless you're a member of the historically oppressive class.
This is what the superintendent of Indiana's Hamilton Southeastern School District learned recently. Allen Bourff had sent out a letter to district staff advising them to "treat Black Lives Matter as a political movement."
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