Critical Race Theory (CRT) examines how laws in the United States have built and supported racial inequities. It is an ideological framework that names race as a social construct and asserts racialized inequities in society are fostered by historic and current systemic, institutional, and legal policies and practices.
The General Commission on Religion and Race‘s resources on CRT include:
- GCORR REAL TALK (Video)
- Critical Race Theory Infographic Series (PDF)
- Christian Voices on Critical Race Theory
- Read More Christian Perspectives
- How White Christians Can Learn from History and Tackle Racism