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Critical Race Studies at UCLA School of Law presents: Mapping Anti-CRT Politics
Over the past two years, extremist conservatives have created an unwarranted moral panic around Critical Race Theory (CRT). Many of these anti-CRT conservative candidates for office, like Glenn Youngkin, have capitalized on the moral panic around CRT to win their elections.
Recently identified trends from the CRT Forward Tracking Project data demonstrates a broader, more insidious connection between traditionally non-partisan school elections and the pervasiveness of the anti-CRT disinformation campaign. As primaries take place across the country, join panelists in a discussion about the impact of the CRT disinformation campaign on local school board and state elections.

• Taifha Natalee Alexander | CRT Forward Project Director, Critical Race Studies, UCLA School of Law
• Dr. LaToya Baldwin Clark | Assistant Professor, UCLA School of Law
• Cheryl I. Harris | Vice Dean for Community, Equality and Justice, Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Professor in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, UCLA School of Law

For more information on CRT Forward, please see here: https://www.law.ucla.edu/academics/centers/critical-race-studies/ucla-law-crt-forward-tracking-project

For more information on Critical Race Studies, see here: https://law.ucla.edu/crs

***NOTE: UCLA School of Law is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider. Up to 1.25 hour of general MCLE credit will be available.***

Jul 27, 2022 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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