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CMC: Critical Race Theory: What It Is and Isn’t

August 11 @ 12:00 pm

What began as an interpretive framework for historians has exploded on the national education scene as the newest front in America’s ongoing culture war. Critical race theory, which sought to better understand the role of race in the creation of legal, economic, and social systems, is to some a way to spotlight the inequities in our society, while to others, its application threatens to further divide Americans from each another. What is critical race theory? Who is using it, how, and to what end? Join CMC, along with our panel of experts, for a discussion of the past, present, and future of critical race theory in America.

Featuring Kevin McGuder, Associate Professor of History, Antioch College, and Aaron Baer, President, Center for Christian Virtue, and Jennifer Adair, President, Columbus Board of Education, with host Alissa Widman Reese, K-12 Education Reporter, The Columbus Dispatch.

JOIN US IN THE ROOM for this discussion on August 11, in person audience seating is available Please make reservations by Tuesday, August 10. We cannot accommodate walk ins.

You can also still join us on the CMC YouTube Channel to view and participate in the community conversation during this livestream event. We encourage you to register and support CMC by purchasing a virtual seat – different levels of support are available when you register! When you register, you can submit questions in advance.

We also ask you to consider making donations to CMC to support our mission of Connecting People and Ideas Through Community Conversation, even if you are unable to join us for this particular forum.

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Date:
August 11
Time:
12:00 pm
Cost:
$50
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Venue

The Boat House at Confluence Park
679 W Spring St
Columbus, 43215 United States
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