Part 2 of a 4-part mini-series on Critical Race Theory (CRT) with scholar Dr. Nathan Cartagena. In this episode and the next, Dr. Cartagena outlines a brief history of white supremacy in the United States (using lots of original sources). It’s REALLY eye-opening. Part 4 will be an episode on why this all matters for the church.
Dr. Cartagena is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Wheaton College (IL), where he teach courses on race, justice, and political philosophy. He also serves as the faculty advisor for Unidad Cristiana, a student group working to enhance Christian unity and celebrate Latina/o cultures. Connect with Dr. Cartagena at his website or on Twitter.
More info on critical race theory:
- Why Nathan Cartagena Teaches Critical Race Theory to Evangelicals
- What is Critical Race Theory? by Nathan Cartagena Part 1
- What is Critical Race Theory? by Nathan Cartagena Part 2
- What is Critical Race Theory? by Nathan Cartagena Part 3
- What is Critical Race Theory? by Nathan Cartagena Part 4
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