Critical Race Theory and Its Crucial Point of Departure

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When Barack Obama ran for president, he was a first term senator with no baggage, and his opponents created a controversy through his church pastor.

Obama’s pastor preached Black Liberation Theology. The majority of Americans didn’t care. They never heard of it. But Obama’s opponents said it was an offshoot of Liberation Theology, which originated in Latin America with…

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J. Pharoah Doss is a columnist for the New Pittsburgh Courier.

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J. Pharoah Doss is a columnist for the New Pittsburgh Courier.

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